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Budapest

instantia de: citate, capital, town in Hungary, county of Hungary

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Area 525,2±0,1 Kilometro quadrate
Situate in Central Hungary
Zona horari UTC+01:00, Hora Central Europee
ISO 3166-2 HU-BU
Geonames ID 3054638
Sito web: http://www.budapest.hu
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Budapest

Budapest es le citate capital de Hungaria.[1] Illo es le plus grande citate in Hungaria, illo es le principal centro de politica, cultura, commercio, industria, e transportation in le pais.[2] Budapest es considerate un important hub in Europa Central.[3] In 2008, Budapest ha 1 702 297 inhabitantes[4] con un aglomeration metropolitan official de 2 451 418,[5]. The citate supra un area de 525 km2 [6]. Budapest ha unite supra le Danube in November 17, 1873, ripa del West Buda e Óbuda (Vechio Buda) con Pest in le ripa del est .[7] [6]


Budapest es un citate plus belle in Europa,[8][1][9][10] its World Heritage Sites include le ripas de Danube, de Buda Castle Quarter, Andrássy Avenue, e le Millennium Underground Railway, le primero in le continente de Europa.[8][11] Budapest attracte plus de 20 million visitatores pro anno.[12] El centro pro le European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) va esser in Budapest.[13]

Historia[modificar | modificar fonte]

Left to right Mária Magdolna Tower, Matthias Church, Buda Castle, Széchenyi Chain Bridge, Margaret Island, Danube Promenade, Hungarian Parliament Building, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Il primo sito de Budapest esseva Ak-Ink (anglese: Abundant Water) construito de Celtos[14] A.C. Dopo esseva occupate de Romanos en le sito Aquincum. Le Romanos ha construide stratas, amphitheatres, banos e casas con thermal pavimentos [15].

Le Hungarianos siteva in le territorio a le fin de 9 seculo[16][9] [9]. Le Tatar invasion in le 13 siculo demonstrateva le defence es difficult in un campo[6][9]. King Béla IV de Hungaria ordereva le construction de musors de petra circumstar le citates[9] e estabiliva le royal palace[17] super le alto de la collina de Buda. In 1361[17] le citate ha devenir le capital de Hungaria[6].

[6]. Le Renascentia italian ha un grande influence in le citate[6]. Matthias Corvinus of Hungary biblioteca, le Bibliotheca Corviniana[6], esseva le grande collection de historical, philosophic e scientific chronicles in le seculo 15, e secundo in grandor de Vatican Bibliotheca[6].

Geographia[modificar | modificar fonte]

A view of Pest from the Buda side of the Danube

Budapest es in centro de Hungaria. Le Danube entre le citate city pro le nord.

Clima[modificar | modificar fonte]

Budapest ha un temperate, transitional climate.[18].

Referentias[modificar | modificar fonte]

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