March 15 Square (Marcius 15 ter), Budapest

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  • August 2, 2017
    In front of the pastoral town, there you can find everything ... point of intersection between the two souls of Vaci Utca, there are curious installations, Roman ruins, trendy bars and restaurants, a parking and a landing with unsettling underpass. I have to tell the truth, is not particularly bella...se it were not for the out point to the modern bridge that closes with the Gellert Hill Monument in front of ...
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  • July 16, 2017
    We reached the square which is located at the end of Váci Street to begin a walk that starts here with the famous Promenade along the Danube. As I had occasion to mention in other review this area is perfect to enjoy unbeatable views of the Elisabeth Bridge and the Gellért Hill with the Citadel and statue of liberty. The square is collected and sorted and is attached to the oldest church in Budapest the Parish Church with two towers dating back to the 12th century. I also recommend to stop and see the ancient ruins of the Roman wall and carved reproduction of the Danube with the names of the cities it passes through. I enclose some shots recall if this review did you like, you can read about my many other for Budapest and I like clicking on: is it useful? Thanks:)
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  • July 11, 2017
    The small square at the foot of Elizabeth Bridge on the north side. Nice square and 3/15 square promenade donaucoluso begins from the square that goes along the Danube River, has been a bridge per has excellent views of the promenade. Now, square and a side of cover such as Nozomi and like where was when I was ancient Roman Fortress buried remains, well, established in the central part, on the roof of the building as in the glass window remains visible there, to look can be as it is. Not sure what "3/15" has become the name of the square is like war or revolution day, the square involves how that was.
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