Budapest - Pest Side - Landmarks
The Renaissance-style Opera House opened in 1884 and rivals the one in Vienna. The 19th-century Vigado Concert Hall is decorated with figures of former Hungarian monarchs and leaders.
Only the synagogue in New York City is larger than this great Byzantine-Moorish style synagogue on Dohany Street. Completed in 1859, it can accomodate up to 3,000 people.
Built in 1896, Heroes Square celebrates the millennium of the Hungarian conquest of the Carparthian Basin. At is center is the Millennium Monument, and it is flanked by the Museum of Fine Arts and the Palace of Art.