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Vajdahunyad Castle 2008 June 27

Vajdahunyad Castle, or Vajdahunyad vára, is a castle in City Park, Budapest, Hungary, that was built between 1896 and 1908, designed by Ignác Alpár. It is a copy in part of a castle in Transylvania, Romania, that is also called Vajdahunyad, though it is also a display of different architectural styles.

Originally it was made from cardboard and wood for the millennial exhibition in 1896 but it became so popular that it was rebuilt from stone and brick.

Today it houses the Agricultural Museum.

The statue of Anonymus, also displayed in the Castle court, was a chronicler in the XII century (probably of King Béla III). He wrote the first history books on the ancient Hungarians, mostly based on legends. Superstition says that by touching his pen you will receive good luck.

Model - NIKON D300
DateTime - 2008:06:27 21:10:19
ExposureTime - 30 seconds
FNumber - 22.00
ISOSpeedRatings - 200
FocalLength - 16.00 mm
ExposureMode - Auto
White Balance - Auto
FocalLengthIn35mmFilm - 24 mm
Contrast - Normal
Saturation - Normal
Sharpness - Normal


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