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Teljes hosszúság: 380 m Átadás ideje: 1849. november 20. / 1949. november 20.
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans the River Danube between Buda and Pest.
Take a stroll across one of the most historic bridges in Europe. Opened in 1849, designed by William Tierney Clark, it united the cities of Buda and Pest, the rest is history.
Beautiful Chain Bridge perfect romantic walking chance next to the Danube river! Morning and evening as well!
You can get that "one in a million" picturesque view of Budapest and the Danube River from the Chain Bridge.
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