Art Nouveau in Budapest

15 10 2011

 

Art Nouveau

The most renowned art nouveau architect in Hungary is Ödön Lechner.  We saw three buildings by him in Budapest.

The Museum of Applied Arts, 1896, five minutes from where we were staying and which we visited on the last day.

A building near St. Stephen's Basilica

 

The Thonet business house on Váci utca, 1889

The former Postal Savings Bank building, 1899, completed 1901.

And then there were other charming buildings including subway stations.

Metro Line 1. Entrance @ Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út

A building in Astoria near the Dohány Street Synagogue

A building in Móricz Zsigmond körtér on the Buda side

A building near Batthyány tér on the Buda side

Another building near Batthyány tér on the Buda side


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17 10 2011
yukitchen

I can see you are really enjoying your trip! Maybe I should visit Budapest, too. I would definitely go to onsen, though!!

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