Hungary.  “Girls Dancing in the Streets”, Budapest, 1923 // Martin Munkacsi

luzfosca: Martin Munkacsi “Girls Dancing in the Streets”, Budapest, 1923 From “Think while you shoot”

The Csárdás is the national dance of Hungary. This couples-dance dates back to at least the 18th century, and the name itself derives from the Hungarian word for Tavern, Csárda.

The Csárdás is the national dance of Hungary. This couples-dance dates back to at least the century, and the name itself derives from the Hungarian word for Tavern, Csárda.

Imre Kinszky     Király Street, the Main Street in Budapest’s Largest Jewish Neighborhood Before World War II     1929

Király Street, Budapest, 1929 :: Photo by Imre Kinszky. a main thoroughfare in one of Budapest’s biggest Jewish neighborhoods.

Szendrő István: A felrobbantott Erzsébet híd, Budapest, 1945 / Ruins of the exploded Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, 1945.

Szendrő István: A felrobbantott Erzsébet híd, Budapest, 1945 / Ruins of the exploded Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest,

4 patinás iskola és egy legendás épület a régi Budapesten - Mr. Foster kalandozásai Budapesten

Váci street, (The most popular street in Budapest among tourists.

Budapest, Archaeology

In the 19th Century, the Tabán became known as a Bohemian quarter of Budapest with many restaurants, bars and bordellos. Its narrow streets on the hillsides echoed a Mediterranean atmosphere. This photo was taken in 1908. In the 1930s, the Tabán was demolished in order to facilitate urban planning in Budapest, but then WW2 broke out and nothing happened... Now there is a huge park there.

♥ Budapest 1908 : There must be a story here. No gentleman with an umbrella would leave a lady to get wet without a reason?

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