Tags: Budapest / Europe / Fishermans Bastion / Hungary / Outdoors
Only 150 years old architectural wonder, the Fisherman’s Bastion offers beautiful scenery and an interesting walk through its intricate structures.
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About Fisherman’s Bastion
If you had ever wondered where the castle in Disney movies’ logo came from, this may well be your answer. This extraordinary viewing terrace is a must-visit for every tourist who enjoys taking pictures, as it offers a unique look at the city, along with the Danube river, below. Though it may appear medieval, this unique structure, built in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque architectural style, is only about 150 years old. Notice how there are exactly 7 small towers: each is meant to symbolize one of the tribes that came to the lands of Hungary in the 9th century AD. There is also a bronze statue of the first Hungarian king, Stephen and a chapel.