Várkerület

Várkerület is a district in . Bel-Buda is officially known as 'Várkerület'. It includes Watertown, Castle Hill, Taban and Kristinatown. The borders of the district are Gellért Hill, South Railway Station and, at its northernmost point, the Margaret Bridge's bridgehead on its Buda side.

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Prince Eugene Francis of Savoy–Carignano was a member of the House of Savoy and…

The Hungarian National Gallery, was established in 1957 as the national art museum.

The Turul is a mythological bird of prey, mostly depicted as a hawk or , in Hungarian tradition and a national symbol of Hungarians.

The Zero Kilometre Stone is a 3 m high limestone sculpture in , forming a zero sign, with an inscription on its pedestal reading "KM" for kilometres.

Antonio Bonfini was an Italian humanist and poet who spent the last years of his career as a court historian in with King .

Localities in the Area

Tabán usually refers to an area within the 1st district of , the capital of .

Erdélyi Bastion is a bastion at Buda Castle in , .

Budapest's Palotanegyed forms a central district of Pest, the eastern half of .

Normafa is a popular tourist sight in the Buda Hills.

Budaörs is a town in Pest county, Budapest metropolitan area, .

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