About Hungarian National Gallery
The Hungarian National Gallery (Magyar Nemzeti Galeria) in Budapest contains several historical art collections including medieval and gothic pieces, such as stonework, sculptures and altars.
Located within Buda Castle, the Hungarian National Gallery is also home to the Habsburg Palatinal Crypt (Nadori kripta), the burial place of the Hungarian line of the Habsburg Dynasty. Note that the crypt can only be visited by prior arrangement and is located on the ground floor of Building C.
The Hungarian National Museum is a museum of history, archaeology and art in Budapest.
The Hungarian Parliament Buildings are some of the oldest in Europe and were built in the nineteenth century in a dramatic Gothic Revival style.
The Fisherman’s Bastion is a beautiful set of walkways and terraces in Budapest built between 1895 and 1902.
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