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Walking from Basilica Square towards the Chain Bridge, after a few blocks we came across this nice little park called Széchenyi Square on the banks of the River Danube. The park is surrounded by a lot of historical buildings, like the Academy of Sciences, Gresham...More
Roosevelt Square, which was the original name in memory of The American President Franklin D Roosevelt, is actually renamed Szechenyi Square after a Hungarian Nobleman who was responsible for building the iconic Szechenyi Bridge.
The Square offers a large grass Bank, has a couple of...More
Named after the American President during WWII for his leadership in ending the Nazi occupation of Hungary, the square is now known as the Széchenyi Square after a Hungarian nobleman and sits on the Pest side of the chain bridge which also bears his name....More
This square is actually a park and is also referred to as Széchenyi Square. Just a 3 short blocks from St Stephens Basilica and Basilica Square, right on the waterfront of the Danube and at the start of the Chain Bridge.
Here you'll find 2...More
In 2011 it is renamed to Szechenyi square - nobody knows why it could remain Roosvelt square. On the square there is the building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Ministry for Inner Affairs too. There is almost evrey day a huge traffic...More
As you come of Chain Bridge Roosevelt Square is directly in front of you Pest side of this gorgeous city.
A lovely little well kept square with well kept grounds with bench seating,lovely statues and as a magnificent backdrop the amazing Gresham Palace which is...More