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King St. Stephen Statue

In the heart of the castle district, standing on the site of the old fish market, in front of the Matyas Church, is a bronze statue of King St. Stephen, founder of the Hungarian state. Perched high on a horse, the statue of the former king is one of the most famous in the city. It's also considered to be one of the most beautiful monuments in Hungary.

Budapest, Hungary

Other segments featured on this episode of Laura McKenzie's Traveler:

Vajdahunyad Castle
Vajdahunyad Castle
Vajdahunyad Castle in City Park was built in 1896 for the Millennial Exhibition, to illustrate the most beautiful buildings in the history of Hungarian architecture: Gothic, Romanesque and Baroque style.
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Town of Szentendre
Town of Szentendre
The Danube flows through Germany, Austria, Hungary and Romania ending at the Black Sea, and it's great for all kinds of river cruises - day cruises, week-long cruises, even longer. If you have the opportunity, cruise to a ittle town called Szentendre.
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Thermal Baths
Thermal Baths
There are over a hundred thermal hot springs under Budapest, feeding over 20 of these thermal baths.
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