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Maria Magdalona Templom, Budapest
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  • The 13TH century temple was converted into a mosque under Turkish domination. Damaged during the second world war, only the gate and the Tower remained standing.
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  • This building has seen in the past life and the tragedy at least save repair are remained intact. Fewer natural disasters areas because it can be? It might be inevitable if you have earthquakes, typhoons and heavy snowfall, collapse. It is also usually unapproachable beneath the tower. While maintaining a safe distance to go and say this is not a critical sense, all of the historic buildings should be conservation, rot, thing to watch as it is one way I thought.
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  • You can integrate in your program, walking in old town. The ruined Church was built in the middle of the 13th century (1273). In the middle ages here worshiped Hungarians Christians, the Church of Matthias go the German population. The Church was converted into a mosque not only during the second period of the Turkish occupation. But he suffered serious damage in 1686 during the liberation of Buda from the Turks. Then, a battalion of fragkiskianwn monks, whose received the building added a Baroque church and a belfry. After WWII (1945), all became ruins, except for the Bell Tower and a portal. These two are now in a garden, along with a restored Gothic window. Here, the H1 Fragiskos was crowned Emperor of Hungary in 1792. To turn toward the entrance of the old town walk the street Lords (Uri utca) that formerly were aristocrats and merchants. The houses have a medieval Foundation. You will also find the maze of Castle (jailed Dracula here) and Houdini's House ... Will not enter at all but worth Street.
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