Architecture and location of this building in quite good, near the famous Chain bridge. However, big parking in front of it brings the whole image a bit down.
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Beautiful Renaissance building on a great spot next to Danube. At night, when all major sites at the river are bathed in light, is part of the spectacular setting. Almost next to it is famous Gresham Palace, built in Secession style, very different, interesting to...More
This building is near the Chain Bridge. This building looks great with a pretty architectural beauty.
Not to far from Chain Bridge is the Hungarian Academy of Sciences building. This is a grand looking imposing building that in my opinion is not one of the must go destinations to tick off on your list it is a magnificent looking building with...More
The academies of science building makes up the north side of Roosevelt Ter. Just off the Bhain Bridge. This impressive building sitting on the banks of the Danube is responsible for most of the countries research and development in the area of science.
When we strolled along River Danube to the Parliament building, we found a beautiful building near to the Chain Bridge. The structure was Hungarian Academy of Science. As time was limited on our side, we just took a few photos on it and hoped to...More
Hungarian Academy of Science is a superb looking building that although we never ventured into we were most certainly very impressed by this imposing structure.. It's in an area of outstanding architecture and if your a keen photographer you will love this wonderful building and...More
This academy was built in 1825 in Neo Renaissance style. Count István Széchenyi de Sárvár-Felsővidék was an outstanding statesman, writer and a logician.He contributed a year's income to establish this academy. Hence, the academy faces his bronze statue affixed onto a stone base. On this...More
Lovely building from the outside and, as my father in law is a physicist within the building, I have been lucky enough to go inside. It's a very interesting place. Hungary should be proud of the incredible discoveries made behind those doors.