Steve’s photos from Budapest

Posted: August 3, 2010 by 4bshive in Adult learners, Budapest (May 27-29, 2010), Green Maps, Mobilities

Becca, Shaun, Sally, Steve on the steps of the Museum

On an excellent guided walk around the palace area (Steve P)

Press conference to celebrate 15 years of the Green Mapping System (Steve P)

Yes - the Danube is Blue! Houses of Parliament - in a similar style (Pugin) to the English ones (Steve P)

Farmer's market (Steve P)

A Hungarian-speaking Glaswegian exile and Gabby Schneider are our guides to the Garden City built 1909-26 (Steve P)

The archtitect Károly Kós's unique style usually included a diagonal square in the centre (Steve P)

Traditional style house. Economic hardship meant repairs were short-term and poor quality. All repairs now have to be approved with reference to an official 'Style-guide'. Grants are used to keep up standards. (Steve P)

Charming shutters lend a hand-built look (SteveP)

The 'Garden City' becomes a 'Transition Town' (Steve P)

For further info on the Garden City see: http://wekerletelep.eu/introduction

Organic wine distributor (Steve P)

This cider is brewed very close to Bristol by the seaside (Steve P)

To see these photos on Google maps: http://www.flickr.com/photos/steve_parry/sets/72157624364122787/map/

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