This morning I headed out to the district where I lived the year prior to moving to the USA: Óbuda (3. District). I got off the tram at Zsigmond Square (2. District), because I attended a once-a-week English class in that area during that last year. Then I started walking on Bécsi Street, which has been renovated almost completely in the past few years. I soon reached the Amphitheater, which are the ruins of an Ancient Roman Military Amphitheater. I was able to walk inside of it last year, but the area is now closed. I then walked to Flórián Square, where it started raining. Luckily, I was able to go into the underground walking passage, where there were more Ancient Roman ruins. Finally, after the rain mostly stopped, I walked to Fő Square and Szentlélek Square, where they were building the stage for an upcoming concert series. I might come back to check out the festivities.

Enjoy the tour! (Directions and direct link to the gallery under the map.)

  • Directions to use the map: If you click on a picture circle on the map, location information will open on the left side. Click on the image to see it enlarged, then click on the back arrow to get back to the map. (Zoom in on the map to see more location circles.)
  • It is also possible to view the images in a gallery, without the map background, by clicking here.

 

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