Belvaros district

Belvaros district is characterized by many Baroque buildings in Pest. It is a very popular area, as well as the financial and commercial heart of Budapest.
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Belvaros represents the heart of Budapest. It is a neighborhood characterized by stunning baroque buildings in Pest. It is located along the bank of the Danube river and it stretches to the Kiskorut (the small boulevard). This area is very popular and very elegant, representing the economic, administrative, and commercial heart of the Hungarian capital city, offering also a very active night life scene.

This area is dotted with historic buildings overlooking elegant and very green streets as well as high hand hotels and fashionable clubs. Vaci utca is the main pedestrian shopping street for luxury lovers and beyond. Do not miss the chance to walk along the Danube river, especially at sunset.

Hungarian National Museum

Budapest, Múzeum krt. 14-16, 1088 Hungary

The Hungarian National Museum, also known as the Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum, was founded more than 200 years ago. Over the years it has been collecting a number of significant historical Hungarian finds ranging from art to archaeology. Collections include also a number of objects coming from Transylvania and other areas outside the country’s borders.

The museum collection became more tangible in 1802 when Count Szechenyi donated his private collection to the State. The collection included 20 thousand items: 11,884 printings, 1156 manuscripts, 142 books as well as coins and other archeological evidences.

In 1847, 45 years after the donation, the Museum was moved from the St Paul monastery of Pest to its current location. Its construction works started in 1837.

The Hungarian National Museum hosts 7 permanent exhibitions; the museum garden represents another exhibition area around the Museum. The Museum includes also the Hungarian National Library.

The Inner-City Parish Church

Budapest, Március 15. tér, 1056 Hungary

The inner-city Parish Church in Budapest – in Hungarian Belvárosi Plébániatemplom – is a religious site located in the Pest district, the Eastern area of the city.

During the Turkish invasion of the 14th century, this church was converted into a mosque. In 1723 a great fire destroyed the building, which was rebuilt in Baroque style by the architect György Pauer. The reconstruction works began in 1725 and ended about 15 years later. In 1808 Fülöp Ungradt added a beautiful wooden carved Neo-Gothic pulp and a Gothic chapel characterized by perforated windows.

Inside the Inner-City Parish Church it is still possible to admire some Neo-Classical elements by János Hild, as well as a collection of works from the XXth century.

Fragments of the Medieval church figure in the walls located in the south side of the tower; a small portion of the wall is still visible in the lower side of the facade.

The main portal of the Inner-City Parish Church is characterized by a Baroque style and it is decorated with a golden sculpture of the holy trinity. Traces of baroque and Neo-Gothic style are visible inside the church. The original altar was demolished during Second World Was and it was rebuilt in 1948 by Károly Antal and Pál Molnár.

Among the most important elements of the church, there is an Italian fresco from the XVth century representing the crucifixion of Jesus, the symbol of Pest dating back to 1507, and some ruins dating back to the Ottoman reign.

Lutheran Church

Budapest, Deák Ferenc tér 4, 1052 Hungary

The Lutheran Church is located in Deak square and it is the oldest and largest protestant church of Budapest. The building was designed in neoclassical style towards the end of 1700; its facade is decorated by four Doric pilasters and a triangular gable. The building is literally huge and it is covered by a domed metal roof structure. The interior of the structure is characterized by a rectangular hall with double choir.

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