Восторг от купальни Сечени!💙☀️
Самый большой банный комплекс Будапешта и Европы. Здесь хаммамы, сауны, бассейны с термальной водой и разной температурой.
Нам хватило 3 часа прибывания в этом месте, чтобы полностью насладиться и расслабиться!🤪🙌🏻
Budapest Trails - One of the classic views over Budapest towards the Chain Bridge under the blue evening sky. ...
Stepping into a fairytale 🏰
Can’t believe I missed this place on my previous trip to Budapest! If you’re planning a trip to this beautiful city, this place should definitely be on the top of your list 😍♥️ •
Do you know of other fairytale destinations I should add to my bucket list? Let me know in the comments below 👇🏻 ...
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•The history of Schönbrunn and the buildings that previously stood on this site dates back to the fourteenth century. In 1569 the Katterburg estate came into Habsburg possession through Maximilian II. According to legend, Emperor Matthias discovered a spring that gave the estate the name it still bears today.
•Schönbrunn was not spared the depredations of Turkish forces during the siege of Vienna in 1683. Subsequently a hunting lodge designed by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach was built on the site of the manor house but was uncompleted when Joseph I died suddenly in 1711. It was then used by the emperor’s wife, Wilhelmine Amalia, as her dower residence.
•The first phase of work on the former hunting lodge began in the winter of 1742/43 and eventually culminated in a huge rebuilding project that turned it into a stately residence which from 1745 was occupied every summer by the imperial family. Changing circumstances and constant interventions by Maria Theresa meant that the work continued into the 1760s. The final project commissioned by the empress was the redesigning of the gardens in the 1770s.
•Following the death of Maria Theresa in 1780 the palace at Schönbrunn was not used again until the reign of Emperor Franz II (I) in the early nineteenth century. When preparations for the Congress of Vienna in 1814/15 were being made it became clear that Schönbrunn urgently needed renovating and refurbishing to bring it up to date. The renovation of the façade concluded the work and under the supervision of court architect Johann Aman the palace was given the characteristic appearance it still retains today.
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