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this is the Hungarian Parliament Building in the blue hour of the evening... it illuminates brilliantly and it really is a superb sight in real life...
i could not take a straight on shot because there was a rather large barge moored on the other side, exactly opposite the building...
I wanted to grab the chance to take pictures of the Danube during the ice braking period - imagine how cold the temperature if the river is full with ice: it was below -10 and very windy. However this "bad" weather led me to create good pics as it was so clear and super sharp.
Hope you will enjoy these series! :)
The Puszta: Also called the Great Plain. In the 19th century, this vast prairie was the Wild West of Hungary, and immense herds of livestock grazed here under the watchful eye of the cowboys.
We traveled about an hour from Budapest to a traditional Hungarian horse farm. The whip carrying horsemen took us around and through the Puszta by horse-carriage. Next came a traditional horse show, which included breathtaking horseback performances and races around a series of posts.
Ferenc Gyurcsány, Hungary's Prime Minister called the supporters of the Hungarien Democratic Charter to a demonstration against the discrimination on Kossuth Square on September 20, 2008. Meanwhile the followers of the Youth Movement of the 64 Countries gathered on Heroes Square to condemn anti-Hungarien actions. Their hooded march from Heroes Square headed towards Szabadság Square. They attacked the Soviet memorial and had clashes with the police all over the inner city. Their was tear gas, c
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