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.
And even Byzantine influences. Inside, you can see granite Corinthian columns, a huge ceiling painting and gilded ornaments and a staircase hall. Do you know who painted the huge ceiling painting? (Click here for more Parliament Building photos)