Budapest Parliament Interiors

As I mentioned in my previous post of Budapest Parliament, only three out of 691 rooms of the parliament are open to public. Disappointing indeed! After an elaborate (understandable) security check we were led inside by a smart English speaking guide. We were soon facing the dramatic, operatic entrance.



The beautifully decorated ceilings and a portion of one of the many staircases around.



Hungary’s most important national icon, the Crown of St. Stephen is on display here, guards around it for all twenty four hours.



We were led through some long corridors, most of the doors were shut. Remember the brass cigar holders? Those were spotted in the corridors. Finally we were shown the conference room through a window.


Attila József
Nandi at Lepakshi

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