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Archaeological and historical sites in Budapest

Title Category Address Description
Amphitheatre in the civil townArchaeological and historical sites1031 Budapest, Chemin SzentendreiIncluded amongst the remains of the civil town in the Roman era, this amphitheatre, which is smaller than the amphitheatre in the military fortress, could hold 8,000 spectators.
Amphitheatre in the military campArchaeological and historical sites1036 Budapest, Pacsirtamezo utca 6.At the time of the Romans, a military camp had been installed on the site of the current suburb of
AquincumArchaeological and historical sites1031 Budapest, Szentendrei Aquincum, founded in the 1C, enjoyed its heyday in the 2C and 3C.
Monument of the Thousandth AnniversaryArchaeological and historical sites1068 Budapest, HAs its name says, this monument commemorates one thousand years since the Magyar conquest and it was inaugurated in 1896.
Monument to Saint GellArchaeological and historical sites1118 Budapest, Szent GellCanonised in 1083, Saint Gell
Monument to the LiberationArchaeological and historical sites1118 Budapest, Citadella sA colossal monument like the ones you find in several central European countries, built in 1947 in memory of the liberation of the city by the soldiers of the Red Army.
Villa of HerculesArchaeological and historical sites1031 Budapest, Szentendrei Somewhat swamped in the midst of a group of blocks of buildings, the villa of Hercules, a rich Patrician's home, owes its name to its pavements made of mosaics depicting the myth of Hercules (3rd Century).

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