Szentendre (Hungary) Reviews
Description:City: Szentendre / Country: Hungary / World Region: Europe
Newest Review: ... a masterpiece of wrought-iron work, was erected in1763 as a token of thanksgiving after the town was spared from the plague that ravaged the surrounding countryside. Immediately behind Fo ter, three exceptional galleries beckon. An 18th century building that was originally a salt depot houses the works of Margit Kovacs, Hungary's best known ceramic artist. Her naive figures were dismissed by ... more
Customer Szentendre (Hungary) Reviews (1)
by Praskipark - written on 03/11/10
Budapest is a European city I find very attractive and love to revisit many times. Having seen most of the major sightseeing attractions in the city on our last trip we decided to take time out and visit a town I had always wanted to see because of its Serbian influences. I have always found Serbia a crazy country culture wise and couldn't wait to see just what lay ahead in the Hungarian town of Szentendre. Szentendre is the Hungarian word for St Andrew and you can find this picturesque town on a bend in the River Danube north of Budapest. This small, attractive town, the centre of Serbian settlement in Hungary, has been known as an artists' colony since the ... Read the complete review
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