5 Notable Buildings in Hungary
Dohány Street Synagogue: In 1844 the Neolog Jewish community of Pest acquired a site at Dohány Street to build a new synagogue.
Great Market Hall: Close by the River Danube in Budapest is one of Europe’s liveliest 19th-century market halls
Gellért Hotel and Baths: The Gellért Hotel and Baths face Szabad ság híd (Liberty Bridge) at the foot of Gellérthegy Hill in Buda.
Budapest Aerodrome: Budapest Aerodrome evokes the glamorous world of 1930s air travel.
Church of the Holy Spirit: The Hungarian architect Imre Makovecz created an organic architecture using timber and skilled carpentry.