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Budapest

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Linguas official Lingua hungare
Area 52 514 hectare
Situate in Hungaria
Zona horari UTC+01:00, UTC+02:00
ISO 3166-2 HU-BU
Geonames ID 3054643
Sito web: https://budapest.hu/, https://budapest.hu/sites/english/
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Budapest

Budapest es le citate capital de Hungaria.[1] Illo es le citate le plus grande in Hungaria, e le centro principal de politica, cultura, commercio, industria, e transportation in le pais.[2] Budapest es considerate un modiolo importante in Europa Central.[3] In 2008, Budapest habeva 1,702,297 habitantes[4] e su area metropolitan ha 2,451,418[5]. Le area del citate es 525 km2 [6]. Budapest ha unite trans le Danubio in le 17 de novembre, 1873, Buda e Óbuda (Vechio Buda) in le ripa occidental con Pest in le ripa oriental .[7] [6]

Patrimonio Mundial[modificar | modificar fonte]

Budapest es considerate un citate belle[8][1][9] [10] cuje sitos de Patrimonio Mundial include le ripas del Danubio, le Quartiero de Castello de Buda, Avenue Andrássy, e le Ferrovia Subterranee del Millennio, le primero in le continente de Europa.[8][11] Budapest attrahe plus de 20 million visitatores per anno.[12] Le centro pro le European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) va ser in Budapest.[13]

Historia[modificar | modificar fonte]

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Le prime burgo in le sito de Budapest era Ak-Ink (Aqua Abundante), construite per Celtos e depost occupate in le 1elinguistice seculo aEC per le Imperio Roman e appellate Aquincum.[14] Le Romanos construeva stratas, amphitheatros, banios e domos con pavimentos thermal.[15].

Le Hungaros stabiliva se in le territorio al fin de 9e seculo[16][9] [9]. Le Tatares invadeva in le 13e seculo[6][9]. King Béla IV de Hungaria mandava le construction de muros de petra circum le citate[9] e estabiliva le royal palace[17] super le alto del collina de Buda. In 1361[17] le citate ha devenite le capital de Hungaria[6].

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[6]. Le Renascentia italian habeva un grande influence in le citate[6]. Appellate pro le rege Matthias Corvino de Hungaria, le Bibliotheca Corviniana[6] era un grande collection de chronicos historic, philosophic e scientific in le 15e seculo.

Geographia[modificar | modificar fonte]

Budapest es in le centro de Hungaria. Le Danubio entra le citate al nord.

Climate[modificar | modificar fonte]

Budapest ha un climate temperate transitional.[18].

Galeria[modificar | modificar fonte]

Referentias[modificar | modificar fonte]

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  3. Doing Business : Budapest, the soul of Central Europe. International Herald Tribune (2004-08-04). Archivo del original create le 2011-11-03. Recuperate le 2008-01-29.
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