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Mediaeval Royal Seat and Parkland at Visegrad


Mediaeval Royal Seat and Parkland at Visegrad is part of the Tentative List in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

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L?szl? WARTIG (Hungary):
Visegrád is a beautiful place little bit north of Budapest (the Hungarian Capital). It was the seat of the Hungarian Kings in the XI-XIV. Cent.

The ruins of the castle are on the top of a hill. It's quite interesting - especially for non-european visitors. The best thing I think is the view from the top, because the river Danube (Duna) takes a great sweep directly by the foot of the hill.

If you visit Budapest and want to make a trip to the nature, Visegrád is a good choice.
Date posted: October 2008


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Mediaeval Royal Seat and Parkland at Visegrad
This site is part of the Tentative list of: Hungary

Site History:
2000 Tentative list
Submitted as tentative site by State Party


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