Besides these details on the eclectic buildings along Szent István körút, there are also many cafes, restaurants and pastry-shops. In vicinity is the domed Comedy Theatre (Vígszinház). Sándor Petôfi, the great poet of the 1848-49 War of Independence, and Miklós Zrínyi, the seventeenth-century Hungarian general and epic poet can be seen too. Click here for more.
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This is a surely ‘must see’ when you are in Budapest-The parliament building which has one of its famous parts that has a hexadecagonal (16-sided) central hall. Chef Rose, our guest photographer captured this during her visit to Budapest and she also fell in love with the very crispy Langos, especially the one at Fény Utcai Piac
A few young folks had a vision for the old abandoned house that stood in Budapest’s
7th district. Through renovations and hard work, they transformed the house into a
functional space with a homey atmosphere. It became a hip place for locals (a so called
“ruin bar”). (source)