Tag Archives: Architecture

The Hungarian Jewish Museum

A few shots of the Hungarian Jewish Museum which is located above the Dohány Street Jewish synagogue in Budapest.

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Dohány Street Synagogue – Budapest

A few shots of the stunning interior of the Dohany Street synagogue in Budapest which is the largest synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world.  Built in 1859 the synagogue serves as a reminder of the 2600 Jewish people who were killed during the holocaust.

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Parliament Building – Budapest

A few shots of the Parliament building in Budapest, Hungary.

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St Stephen’s Basilica – Budapest

A few shots of the stunning exterior of St Stephen’s Basilica in Budapest.

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Parliament Building – Budapest

A few shots of the magnificent neo-gothic Parliament building in Budapest which is the third largest Parliament building in the world.  The shots were taken starting from dusk into the late evening.

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St Stephen’s Basilica – Budapest

A few shots of the stunning interior of St Stephen’s Basilica in Budapest.  St Stephen’s is the largest neo-renaissance church (or Cathedral) in Budapest and can hold up to an incredible 8,500 people.  The church is free to enter (albeit you can give a small donation) and should be top of your visit list if you get the opportunity.

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Grand Central Terminal – New York

Here are a few shots of Grand Central Terminal better known as Grand Central Station.  By far the busiest metro station in New York and the world.  Constructed in 1871 the station now has an incredible 44 platforms and during 2013 21.6m visitors dropped by making it, at the time, one of the 10 most visited tourist attractions in the world.

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The Metropolitan Life Tower

Here are a few shots of the Metropolitan Life Tower located on Madison Avenue in New York.  Constructed in 1909 the tower was the tallest building in the world until 1913 when it was surpassed by the Woolworth building.

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Flatiron Building – New York

Here are a few shots of the Flatiron building which, alongside the Chrysler building, is one of my two favourite buildings In New York city.  Built in 1902 and 22 storeys high, the Flatiron was once the tallest skyscraper in New York.  Although dwarfed by modern skyscrapers, the Flatiron is architecturally stunning.

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Empire State Building

Here are a few shots of the much visited and photographed Empire State Building in New York city.

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