Foot house of medieval origin in Banska Stiavnica.
Representative Neo-Renaissance building in the center of Banska Stiavnica,at one time it was owned by Leopold Andreas Fritz von Friedenlieb (1691–1768).
Balatonfüred,Vaszary mansion lighted Hungarian national colors on march. 15
Pecs Synagogue was built in 1868-1869 on romantic syle, it was designed by Frigyes Feszl,Károly Gerster and Lipót Kauser.
Trieste Cathedral (Italian: Cattedrale di San Giusto), dedicated to Saint Justus, is the cathedral and main church of Trieste, in northern Italy.
The largest knights' hall in Central-Europe. Diosgyőr, Hungary.
Hotel Palatinus Art Nouveau hall Pécs, Hungary.
The P-40 "Armour" or 1S12 (also referred to by the NATO reporting name "Long Track" in the west) is a 3-D UHF radar developed and operated by the former Soviet Union. Zsambék, Hungary.
Renaissance Landhaus Courtyard in Graz. The Styrian parlament meets hier.
Clock tower is significant symbol of Graz.
Renaissance arsenal (Landeszeughaus) of Styria built between 1645 and 1648 in Graz Austria.
Graz impressive, classical-style town hall in the heart of the Old Town.
Rainbow over Synagouge in Rákospalota, Hungary 2014.
Rainbow over Evangelical Church in Rákospalota, Budapest.
Rainbow over the Reformed church in Rákospalota,Budapest
Rainbow over the Roman catholic church in Rákospalota, Budapest.
Maria Theresa statue sculptured by János (John) Fadrusz in Bratislava at the crowning hill.
Trieste's largest channel that extends mainland at the end of the 1800s.
Ruins of Roman Basilica and medieval church in Trieste next fortress of San Giusto.
Arco di Riccardo is a old Roman gate on piazza Riccardo in Trieste.
Exchange Palace designed with staircase designed by Ignác Alpár. The building later functioned as the headquarters of Hungarian Television (MTV). Szabadság square, Budapest.
Aula of former Hungarian Television. Szabadság Square in Budapest, Hungary. The dome is 15 feet in diameter 18.5 meters high.
Worm's-eye view of Exchange Palace (former MTV headquarters of Hungarian Television).
Bratislava Castle with typical towers from north-west.
Andrássy castle designed by Lajos Ybl in Tóalmás, Hungary