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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Organ Concert, St Stephen's Basilica, Budapest, Hungary


The St Stephen's Basilica is one of the most beautiful neo-classical buildings of Budapest.  This is the most important church building in Hungary, one of the most significant tourist attractions and the third highest building in Hungary.  The construction started in 1851, according to the plans of Jozsef
Hild, and was completed by Miklos Ybl & Jozsef Kauser in 1905, in the next 50 years the church suffered  from wars, storms and earthquakes.  The church was reconstructed between 1983 - 2003.

The program of the concert was adapted by Miklos Kovagtis, one of the most famous concert and oratorio singers in Hungary.  Among numerous prizes in 1992 he also received the highest prize  a
Hungarian artistian aquire the Kossuth Prize.  The flute is played by Eleonara Krusic who is already
known for her performance with different orchestras from Barcelona to Zurich, Graz and Vienna

After the performance we would like to invite you to a one and a half hour sightseeing cruise with candlelight buffet dinner and drinks.  The same program is available without dinner too, with drinks only (a glass of sparkling wine, and another drink, soft drink, wine or beer) Guiding is not included.


Tel:   +36 1 317 1377
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Duna Palota (Danube Palace )
5 Zrinyl Street
1051 Budapest

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Treasures Under The City - Budapest


Uncovering the archaeological heritage of Budapest,
                                                       1867/2005 - 2015

April 12 - September 17, 2017

Temporary exhibition in the Castle Museum of the Budapest History Museum.

We rarely pause to think while walking the streets of Budapest that the relics of the past lie hidden under our feet.  the systematic investigation of the capital city's archaeological relics began after the
Compromise of 1867, in the last third of the nineteenth century.  This exhibition shows how the archaeological investigation of the city began and the current state of the exploration of the past, inviting visitors on a tour of the city's under-ground treasures.
The tour takes us to several archaeological regions, from the Danubian islands, the prehistoric settlement chains extending along stream banks and the military forts guarding the frontier of the Roman Empire to Buda castle, the seat of the medieval kings  of Hungary.

Most of the excavations presented here were the valuable "by-products" of major development projects in Budapest such as the reconstruction of Kossuth Square, the renovation of the Castle Garden Bazaar, Matthias Church and the former Town Hall of Buda, as well as of the development of
Graphisoft Park.  The large-scale infrastructural development projects in Budsapest such as the construction of the M0 Motorway and of the city's sewage network likewise provided ample work for archaeologists.

The past ten years have seen over a hundred archaeological excavations in the city, which yielded several thousand finds and relics, many of which are displayed here for the first time.
In addition to offering a glimpse into the daily lives and costumes of past peoples, these finds and relics also attest to the skills of ancient potters and the superb artistic quality of Roman-period
mosaics and medieval wall paintings. The disc brooch from a Sarmatian burial and the cast bronze strap-end bearing the image of a stag bear witness to the high craftsmanship of the Migration period.

The excavation photos and the reconstructions enable visitors to feel part of the  underground time capsules preserving various moments and experiences of the historical past.The skeleton found under
the dome of a medieval oven or a musket bullet lodged in a vertebra adds a personal touch to the past.
The broken vessels buried in a Bronze Age pit allow the reconstruction of the final act of a ceremonial feast held as part of a Bronze Age ritual. Our conservators refitted over a hundred vessels of the tableware used during the feast.  The earliest finds date from Neolithic, from around 5200 BC
while the latest objects are represented by a series of Latin class essays written in 1810, found during an archaeological and architectural survey.


Budapest History Museum
Castle Museum
1014 Budapest Szent Gyorgy ter 2
Royal Palace "E" building

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Houdini Museum - Budapest, Hungary


The largest original collection in Europe on exhibit

Houdini;s handcuffs. Books, Artefacts

Guided Tour And Live Magic Show

The House of Houdini Budapest
Il Disz Square
Budapest


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Arany Hordo - Budapest, Hungary



Trany Hordo
Etterim

1014 Budapest Tairnok n 16

Tel:  +36 1 356 1367

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Castan Group

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Torrey- Days Inn - Utah, USA


Torrey - Days Inn
Capitol Reef N.P.
675 E Hwy 24
Torrey  UT 84775

Tel:   (435) 425 3111

Web:   www.daysinn.com

Springville - Days Inn - Utah, USA


Springville - Days Inn
1-15, Exit 260
520 South 2000 West
Springville UT 84663


Tel:   (801) 491 0300

Web:   www.daysinn.com

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