Szemlőhegyi cave


The Topographical Tapestry of Budapest Budapest, often referred to as the “Heart of the Carpathian Basin,” is strategically nestled at the core of this geographical region. This positioning places it on an age-old route that bridges the Transdanubian hills with the expansive Great Plain. To give a perspective on its location, Budapest is 216 kilometres (134 mi) southeast from Vienna, 545 kilometres (339 mi) south of Warsaw, 1,565 kilometres (972 mi) southwest of Moscow, 1,122 kilometres (697 mi) north of …

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