Try and walk thru this park. You most definitely will be at Parliament House, and Kossuth Lajos Ter right in front of it. From the southern tip, close to metro stop, walk over the Igar Magy (remembrance bridge) and down side street, and you will come right into the park. We did it to see the United States Embassy on... 更多
Most travel books overlook this sight. It is soooo unfortunate given its serene and historic importance. Nearby are several buildings, including the American Embassy and the State Television. The square itself features monuments to liberty from Nazi occupation and from Soviet tyranny. We specifically went to see the statue of President Ronald Reagan. Unveiled in 2011, this life-size bronze statue... 更多
This place again shows the dramatic history of Hungary and the whole Eastern Europe block. Close to each other are standing memorials of Red Army who once liberated and once occupied the country and Ronald Reagan who was able to dismatle the communist regime. Rather bit study history before visiting this place. But it is impressive for everyone.
In the center of the square is a memorial to the 300,000 Soviet soldiers who lost their lives liberating the city from the Nazis. Across from the American embassy is the radio and television building that was a central point for the revolution in 1956.
Liberty square is located not far from the parliament building and from the important Shoes on the Danube memorial. In the square you can see beautiful architecture and a unique water fountain designed to stop when people walk through it so they do not get wet. In this square you can find the American Embassy if needed. In 2011, a... 更多
There's a lot in and around this square: - monument to the Red Army - bronze statue of Ronald Reagan - a somewhat controversial Hungarian-German memorial - an interesting square fountain with pressure plates that stop the flow so you can cross into the middle - the heavily guarded US Embassy at one corner - former stock exchange building; recently... 更多