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Deak Ferenc ter metro station

Deak Ferenc ter is a transfer station on the M1, M2, and M3 lines of the Budapest Metro. It is located under the eponymous city square in central Budapest, the capital city of Hungary. Owing to its direct transfer connection between three out of ...

                                               

Deli palyaudvar metro station

Deli palyaudvar is the western terminus of the M2 line of the Budapest Metro. It serves the Deli Railway Station and its vicinity. The station was open on 22 December 1972 as the terminus of the extension of the line from Deak Ferenc ter.

                                               

Dozsa Gyorgy ut metro station

Dozsa Gyorgy ut is a station on the Budapest Metro Line 3. It is located beneath Vaci Avenue at its intersection with the eponymous street Dozsa Gyorgy ut. The station was opened on 7 November 1984 as part of the extension from Lehel ter to Arpad ...

                                               

Ecseri ut metro station

Ecseri ut is a station on the M3 line of the Budapest Metro. Next to the station there are the northern blocks of Attila Jozsef microraion. The station is named after the adjacent street Ecseri ut. The station was opened on 20 April 1980 as part ...

                                               

Ferenciek tere metro station

Ferenciek tere is a station on the M3 line of the Budapest Metro located under the eponymous square in the Downtown. It is an important junction, as several bus lines from Buda pass through or terminate here. It is also the station closest to the ...

                                               

Ferihegy railway station

Ferihegy railway station is a railway station on the southeastern edge of Budapest, Hungary. Hungarian State Railways runs suburban and long-distance services between this station and Nyugati Railway Station in Budapest city centre through Kobany ...

                                               

Forgach utca metro station

Forgach utca is a station on the Budapest Metro Line 3. It is located in Angyalfold district, beneath Vaci ut between its intersections with streets Fay utca and Forgach utca. The station was opened on 14 December 1990 as part of the extension fr ...

                                               

Fovam ter metro station

Fovam ter is a station of Line 4 of the Budapest Metro, located beneath the eponymous square. The tunnels, on the other side of Szabadsag Bridge, go under the Danube and continue in Pest under Corvinus University. The station was opened on 28 Mar ...

                                               

Hatar ut metro station

Hatar ut is a station on the M3 line of the Budapest Metro. Near the station, there are several tram and bus terminus, and a shopping centre. Hatar ut station named after the adjacent street Hatar ut, which literally means Border Street". Before ...

                                               

II. Janos Pal papa ter metro station

II. Janos Pal papa ter is a station on Line 4 of the Budapest Metro. It is located beneath the eponymous square, named after John Paul II. The station was opened on 28 March 2014 as part of the inaugural section of the line, from Keleti palyaudva ...

                                               

Kalvin ter metro station

Kalvin ter is a transfer station on the M3 and the M4 lines of the Budapest Metro. It is located beneath the eponymous square, named after John Calvin. The Line 3 station was opened on 31 December 1976 as part of the inaugural section of Line M3 ...

                                               

Kelenfold vasutallomas metro station

Kelenfold vasutallomas is the western terminus of Line 4 of the Budapest Metro. The station was opened on 28 March 2014 as part of the inaugural section of the line, from Keleti palyaudvar to Kelenfold vasutallomas. The station, located under Kel ...

                                               

Kelenfold railway station

Kelenfold railway station is Budapests fourth busiest railway station. Opened in 1861, it is situated south-west of the city centre, in ujbuda or District XI in the suburb Kelenfold. Today, Kelenfold is an extremely busy station, with almost all ...

                                               

Keleti palyaudvar metro station

Keleti palyaudvar is a transfer station on M2 and M4 lines of the Budapest Metro. The Line M2 station was open on 2 April 1970 as part of the inaugural section of Line M2, between Deak Ferenc ter and Ors vezer tere. The Line M4 station was opened ...

                                               

Semmelweis Klinikak metro station

Semmelweis Klinikak is a station on the M3 line of the Budapest Metro. It opened on December 31, 1976 as one of the initial six stations of the line, between Deak Ferenc ter and Nagyvarad ter. From its opening until 6 September 2019, the station ...

                                               

Kobanya-Kispest metro station

Kobanya-Kispest is the southern terminus of the M3 Line of the Budapest Metro. It is the only station of the line that is above ground. The station was opened on 20 April 1980 as part of the extension from Nagyvarad ter. The metro station is name ...

                                               

Kossuth Lajos ter metro station

Kossuth Lajos ter is a station on the M2 line of the Budapest Metro. It is located south of Lajos Kossuth Square in Pest, immediately on the left bank of the Danube river. The station was open on 22 December 1972 as part of the extension of the l ...

                                               

Lehel ter metro station

Lehel ter is a station on the Budapest Metro M3 line. It opened on 30 December 1981 with the third phase of the M3 rollout. It was the first phase to run northbound from Deak ter on the line. The stations name comes from the square under which it ...

                                               

Mexikoi ut metro station

Mexikoi ut is the northern terminus of the yellow M1 line of the Budapest Metro. Located in the Zuglo district of Pest, the station was opened on 30 December 1973 when the line was extended from the original terminus at Varosliget.

                                               

MOL Campus

MOL Campus is a neomodern office building and the future headquarters of MOL Group, currently under construction in Budapest, Hungary, designed by Foster and Partners. The tower will be the tallest building in Budapest and in Hungary upon complet ...

                                               

Moricz Zsigmond korter metro station

Moricz Zsigmond korter is a station of Line 4 of the Budapest Metro. It is located beneath the eponymous square, and is a major public transport hub in Buda along with Szell Kalman ter. It is also the southern terminus of Tramline 6. The station ...

                                               

Nagyvarad ter metro station

Nagyvarad ter is a station on the M3 line of the Budapest Metro. The area around the station is home to several hospitals and the Semmelweis University medical school. The station is named after the adjacent square Nagyvarad ter, which named afte ...

                                               

Nepliget metro station

Nepliget is a station on the M3 line of the Budapest Metro. The station lies under the intersection of Ulloi Avenue and Konyves Kalman Boulevard, and named after the city park Nepliget. Nepliget is also one of the most important suburban, inter-c ...

                                               

Nyugati palyaudvar metro station

Nyugati palyaudvar is a station on the M3 line of the Budapest Metro. It is nominally located on the borders of District V, District VI and District XIII, the station itself is under Vaci Road at between its intersections with Grand Boulevard and ...

                                               

Ors vezer tere metro station

Ors vezer tere is the eastern terminus of the M2 line of the Budapest Metro. It is also the starting place of the Godollo HEV. The station was open on 2 April 1970 as part of the inaugural section of Line M2, between Deak Ferenc ter and Ors vezer ...

                                               

Pecs TV Tower

The Pecs TV Tower is a television tower in Pecs, Hungary, standing on the Misina peak of Mecsek, measuring 197 metres, with a publicly accessible observation deck at a height of 75 metres, and a restaurant at 72 metres. The tower was built from 1 ...

                                               

Pillango utca metro station

Pillango utca is a station of the M2 line of the Budapest Metro. The station was open on 2 April 1970 as part of the inaugural section of Line M2, between Deak Ferenc ter and Ors vezer tere.

                                               

Pottyos utca metro station

Pottyos utca is a station on the M3 Line of the Budapest Metro. Next to the station, there is a huge socialist housing estate, which named after Attila Jozsef. The station was opened on 20 April 1980 as part of the extension from Nagyvarad ter to ...

                                               

Puskas Ferenc Stadion metro station

Puskas Ferenc Stadion is a station of the M2 line of the Budapest Metro. Stadium Puskas Ferenc is located here, as well as the Budapest Sports Arena. It was first opened on 2 April 1970 as part of the inaugural section of Line 2, between Deak Fer ...

                                               

Rakoczi ter metro station

Rakoczi ter is a station on Line 4 of the Budapest Metro. It is located beneath the eponymous square, named after Francis II Rakoczi. The station was opened on 28 March 2014 as part of the inaugural section of the line, from Keleti palyaudvar to ...

                                               

Raoul Wallenberg Holocaust Memorial Park

The Raoul Wallenberg Emlekpark in the rear courtyard of the Dohany Street Synagogue holds the Memorial of the Hungarian Jewish Martyrs - at least 400.000 Hungarian Jews were murdered by the Nazis. Made by Imre Varga, it resembles a weeping willow ...

                                               

Reok Palace

The Reok Palace is an Art Nouveau building in downtown Szeged. It was designed by Ede Magyar and built in 1907. It hosts exhibitions of modern fine arts.

                                               

Rudas Baths

Rudas Bath or Rudas furdo is a thermal and medicinal bath in Budapest, Hungary. It was first built in 1550, during the time of Ottoman rule. To date, it retains many of the key elements of a Turkish bath, exemplified by its Turkish dome and octag ...

                                               

Cathedral Basilica of Szekesfehervar

The Cathedral Basilica of St. Stephen the King also called Szekesfehervar Cathedral is the name given to a religious building of the Catholic church in Hungary which serves as the cathedral of the city of Szekesfehervar, and therefore the seat of ...

                                               

Szeged Synagogue

The Szeged Synagogue is a synagogue in Szeged, Hungary. It is a 1907 building designed by the Jewish Hungarian architect Lipot Baumhorn, whose work is considered to contain the finest examples of the unique fin de siecle Hungarian blending of Art ...

                                               

Szell Kalman ter metro station

Szell Kalman ter is a station on the M2 line of the Budapest Metro. It is located under Szell Kalman Square in Buda. At 38.4m below ground level, it is the deepest station of the Budapest Metro. Near the station, numerous bus and tram routes pass ...

                                               

Szent Gellert ter – Muegyetem metro station

Szent Gellert ter – Muegyetem is a station of Line 4 of the Budapest Metro. It is located beneath the eponymous square, named after St. Gerard, patron saint of Budapest. The station was opened on 28 March 2014 as part of the inaugural section of ...

                                               

ujbuda-kozpont metro station

ujbuda-kozpont is a station on Line 4 of the Budapest Metro. The station is an important traffic junction. Tramways leading to southern Buda cross road traffic from Petofi Bridge here. It is also the southern terminus of Tramline 4. The station w ...

                                               

Arnagardur

Arnagardur is a building in Reykjavik, Iceland, located on the campus of the University of Iceland. It is named after the 18th century scholar Arni Magnusson, and houses the Arni Magnusson Institute for Icelandic Studies. Most of the building is ...

                                               

Askja (building)

Askja is a building on the campus of the University of Iceland, and named after the volcano Askja. It houses primarily the departments of biology and geosciences. It was designed by architect Maggi Jonsson. The buildings long glass side has influ ...

                                               

Breidabolsstadarkirkja

Breidabolsstadarkirkja is a Lutheran church at Breidabolsstadur in Vestur-Hunavatnssysla, Iceland. The present church was built on timber in 1893, although the site dates back to around 1100. Haflidi Masson lived at Breidabolstadur ca 1100. Jon A ...

                                               

Gamli Gardur

Gamli Gardur is a dormitory at Icelands Haskoli Islands, first opened in 1934. It is Icelands oldest residence hall and the oldest building still standing on campus. International scholarship recipients reside at the dormitory for the duration of ...

                                               

Glerarkirkja

Glerarkirkja is a church in Akureyri, Iceland. It is a parish churchof the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Iceland. In 1969 a building committee was formed to find a place for a new church for the neighborhood. Logmannshlidarkirkja, the previous c ...

                                               

Hafnarfjordur Free Church

Hafnarfjordur Free Church is a church in the Free Lutheran congregation of Iceland, located in Hafnarfjordur. The church was founded on 22 April 1913. Its Icelands third largest religious body, after the Reykjavik Free Church and the Church of Ic ...

                                               

Haskolatorg

Haskolatorg is one of the buildings that make up the Reykjavik campus of the University of Iceland. Construction was completed in 2007 and the building now serves as the social centre of the University, housing a cafeteria, a bookstore and as of ...

                                               

Hofdatorg Tower 1

Hofdatorg Tower 1 is an office tower in Iceland. The building is located close to downtown Reykjavik. It is 74 metres high and has a total of 19 floors, from the ground up. The towers construction was completed in 2009. It is a part of a complex ...

                                               

Hraungerdiskirkja

Hraungerdiskirkja is a Lutheran church in Floahreppur, Iceland. The church was designed by Eirikur Gislason from Bitra in Hraungerdishreppur and built in 1902. It stands on the site of another former church that dated back to 1200 CE. It is a woo ...

                                               

Hydroelectricity in Iceland

Over 80% of electricity in Iceland is generated in hydroelectric power stations. While geothermal energy is used for heating, the hydroelectric power stations, historically all run by Landsvirkjun, are central to the existence of Iceland as an in ...

                                               

Kopavogskirkja

Kopavogskirkja is a church in Kopavogur, Iceland. It is located on Borgarholt hill at the top of Karsnes and offers a great view over Kopavogur, Reykjavik and surrounding area. Work on it began in 1958 and it was opened on December 16, 1963. The ...

                                               

Nordurturninn

Nordurturninn, when completed, will be an office and retail building in Iceland. It is currently under construction. Nordurturninn is located in downtown Kopavogur, next to Smaratorg Tower. It is connected to the shopping mall Smaralind, of which ...

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