Vaci street
Hungary, Budapest

Vaci Street - the main street of the historic Belvaros district in the center of Budapest, is considered the main shopping street of the city. The street starts at Wörösmarty Square and ends at Feuwam Square (near the Central Market). It runs from the northwest to the southeast parallel to the Danube at a distance of about 200 meters from it. Almost all along is pedestrian. The length of the street is 1.2 km.
A large number of architectural monuments are located along the street: these are houses under numbers No. 4 (style - classicism), 9 (comedy theater, style - neoclassicism), 10 (style - neoclassicism), 11 (Toneta House decorated with ceramic Zholnai tiles), 11 / b, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 42 (Korani House), 47 (Corvin University), 47 / b (St. Michael's Church, baroque style), 50, 52, 55 (romanticism style), 56- 58, 57 (style - romanticism), 59 (style - classicism), 62-64 (New Town Hall, style - neo-Renaissance), 66 (Serbian church, style - eclecticism), 76 (style - romanticism), 80.

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