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The Parliament Building
Buda Castle
Corvinus University of Budapest
The State Opera House

Aquincum
The Aquincum is a Roman remain with an amphitheatre and water organ. Szentendrei út 139.

Attila József Memorial
Manuscripts of Attila József the poet are on display. Gát utca 3

Bazilika
St Stephen's Church is a very large church. V. Szent Istvan ter 33 (1 317 2859).

Central synagogue
Budapest Central Synagogue was completed in 1859 and built by Ludwig Förster. The Jewish Museum tells of the Holocaust. Dohány utca 2 (01) 342 2353.

Kassák Memorial Museum
Museum about Lajos Kassák and contemporary artists. Fo tér 1.

Kiscelli Castle Museum
Kiscelli utca 108.

Rudas Thermal Bath
The Turkish bath, was built in the 16th century. H-1013 Budapest, Döbrentei tér 01 356-1322.

St. Anna Church
A Baroque church with statues of the Virgin Mary and St. Anne. Battyhány tér 8.

Szt István
The Saint Stephen Basilica was designed by Jozsef Hild in 1845. The interior has a lot of leaf. Szt István tér.

Tomb of Gül Buba
Gül Buba was a Turkish dervish who died in 1541 and his tomb is now a museum and place of pilgrimage for Muslims. Mecset utca 14.

Vajdahunyad Castle
The Vajdahunyad castle was originally built for the World Exhibition in 1896 as a temporary structure. It was later rebuilt in stone. Part of Vajdahunyad Castle is used as an Agriculture museum.

 
 

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