Just another opportunity to dump some more photos of eclectic buildings in Budapest
This style is represented by the enormous Parliament Building, along the Danube, but visible from far, and from across the river, too. From both this building and from the Ankor Palace, on Deak Ferenc square, there are more photos in the main Budapest entry. Other examples are the Ministry of Interior Affairs on Roosevelt Square, initially built as a bank, in 1905, and the Ethnographic Museum, opposite the Parliament on Kossuth Square, this one built in 1896. Unfortunately, even the latter is closed to the public, in this case not just today, to us, but already for some four years.