Oktogon, Budapest (Early 20th century)

Oktogon, Budapest (Early 20th century)

A landmark crossroads in the Hungarian capital city at the turn of the century.

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Keywords

Oktogon, Budapest, Andrássy Avenue, Grand Boulevard, world heritage, turn of the century, underground, electric, omnibus, space

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