Sunday, October 5, 2014

inSPIREd Sunday

This is the basilica of St. Stephen (Szent István, 975–1038),
named for the the first king of Hungary.
The church itself is not very ancient—it was completed
in 1905. It's one of the two tallest buildings in
Budapest and one of the three largest churches in Hungary.

[To see more churches from around the world, go here.]

7 comments:

  1. what a fun time to take this view. have a lovely weekend. ( :

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  2. Welcome Alexa!
    Wonderful basylica...

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  3. Beautiful shot! This brings back good memories for me.

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  4. Hello Alexa,

    Happy memories of the night walking along and looking up into the inky black sky against which the spires of St Stephen were illuminated. xxxxx

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    1. My introduction to Budapest—and to you—special for many reasons!

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  5. What a beautiful building! How amazing that it still looks so good.

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