<p>Situated on the Pest side of the Danube River, the magnificent Neo-Classical Hungarian Parliament building took 17 years of construction before completion in 1902.&nbsp;Gellért Hill and the Castle Hill on the opposite bank offer the best&nbsp;views of this monument stretching between Chain Bridge and Margaret Bridge.</p>

Hungarian Parliament

Situated on the Pest side of the Danube River, the magnificent Neo-Classical Hungarian Parliament building took 17 years of construction before completion in 1902. Gellért Hill and the Castle Hill on the opposite bank offer the best views of this monument stretching between Chain Bridge and Margaret Bridge.

Photograph by Akos Stiller

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