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Square Named After Ljubljana In Budapest
A square was named after the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana, in south-western Budapest in a ceremony attended by city leaders and diplomats on Tuesday. Addressing the event in district 11, Budapest Mayor Istvan Tarlos highlighted the outstanding relations nurtured by the capital cities of the two countries. more »
Police Alerted To Bomb Threat Affecting Internationaltrain Services
Hungarian police have started searching international trains after receiving a bomb threat by phone. According to a statement on the police website, a male caller said he had placed bombs on international trains in Hungary. Instructed by the police, national railway company MÁV stopped 18 trains in the country and asked passengers to leave carriages while police conducted bomb searches. more »
HUF 400 Million Cyclist Bridge Built For FINA 2017 Closed To Cyclists During The Championships
A bicycle bridge built for the FINA 2017 World Championships is closed to cyclists during the championships, reports Index.hu. more »

Video: Budapest Biking ‘Hugely Popular’


Video: Budapest Biking ‘Hugely Popular’
By Áron Halász, vice - president of Hungarian Cyclists' Club: Cycling as a mode of transport has become a trend in the past 10 years in Budapest. It started as a sub-culture, but gained huge popularity thanks to the strong bike advocacy, positive campaigns, various stakeholders joining the cause and the recent infrastructural developments such as the bike-share system, new bike lanes and more than 160 one-way streets opened for two-way cycling. more »

Budapest Uses Huge Amount Of Water To Cool Streets


Budapest Uses Huge Amount Of Water To Cool Streets
The Budapest Public Area Maintenance Company (FKF) has been roaming Budapest with twenty sprinkler vehicles in recent weeks, using a daily 3,500-3,800 cubic meters of water to cool roads in the summer heat, according to a report by business news site Mfor.hu. more »

Hungary’s Largest Statue In The Works


Hungary’s Largest Statue In The Works
The biggest statue in Hungary, Miskahuszár (“Miska the Hussar”) is under construction on the so-called Bogár halom at Pákozd, where legend has it that Habsburg general Josip Jelacic stood in September, 1848, before his defeat in battle at the hands of Hungarian soldiers. more »



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