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National Dance Theatre

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National Dance Theatre

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Carol A S wrote a review Feb 2020
Marietta, Georgia4202 contributions808 helpful votes
This cream-colored building with a red tile roof sits at the top of Castle Hill; it belongs to the building complex of St. George Square (Színház utca 1–3). It was constructed in 1763 as a Carmelite church and monastery. In 1787 it was transformed into the Court Theater of Buda, part of the Castle Hill conversion from a purely military garrison to a royal residence and symbol of Austrio-Hungarian empire. The National Dance Theater was in this building from 2001 - 2014, but then was relocated to a modern facility in Millenáris Park. The building interior was recently remodeled to accommodate the Prime Minister’s office, which moved here in January 2019. The former Court Theater is adjacent to the Sandor Palace which houses the President's offices. The building is not open to the public, but the exterior can be viewed from St. George Square.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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YTCHENG wrote a review Oct 2016
Hong Kong, China15493 contributions1210 helpful votes
The nice theatre building is just next to the Sandor Palace on top of Buda Hill. When we visited Buda Hill this time, we could just get a few snapshots on the environment and proceed to other scenic spots nearby.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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545medva wrote a review Jul 2016
Budapest, Hungary3975 contributions909 helpful votes
Unfortunately the former theater now will be the seat of the Hungarian Prime Minister! He thinks that he must have his office in the former kings quater, just above the whole city. So if you want tosee the building, forget it, you won't be able to come closer!
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Date of experience: October 2015
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LKWendel wrote a review Nov 2015
Westfield, New Jersey2307 contributions234 helpful votes
National Dance theater is located just at the top of the hill, next to the Sandor Palace (where the President's offices are housed). It is reminiscent of the buildings constructed in the last 1800's in the castle district. We were unable to get tickets to view any of the performances, as they were all in Hungarian and we had limited time.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Rogervn wrote a review May 2013
Diest, Belgium104 contributions23 helpful votes
A wonderful cast of young dancers and choreography by Bertalan Vàri; the act was so well-done, they danced with attributes like umbrella's and made music meanwhile ; the music was excellent and the performance was really of a high level; very enjoyed this event and there was a very enthousiast audience; GREAT !
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Date of experience: May 2013
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