Sándor Palace

Sándor Palace, Presidential Palace

In the courtyard behind the Royal Palace is the Presidential Palace.

Presidential Palace

Presidential Palace

The changing of the guard occurs every hour. There were two guards at the front door and two more at the side door.

Guards on duty

Guards on duty

Changing of the guard

Hourly changing of the guard.

Changing of the Guard

Changing of the Guard every hour.

In front of the presidential Palace the old medieval walls are being restored.

See Photographer's shadow

Preserved (restored) medieval wall

Restoring Medieval walls

Restoring Medieval walls

Restoring Medieval walls

Restoring Medieval walls

Pansies are still growing in December.

Pansies are still growing in December.

Pansies are still growing in December.

spies on the premises

spies on the premises

This is a side view of the presidential Palace facing the royal palace. It’s doorway has another two guards.

Sándor Palace, Presidential Palace

Sándor Palace, Presidential Palace

The Palace hilltop contains a lot of monuments.

Statue of Gorgey Artur

Statue of Gorgey Artur

Statue of Gorgey Artur

Statue of Gorgey Artur

This statue with wings spread, the Turul bird  is seen on the skyline in many pictures taken on Buda Hill.

Statue

Statue

Guarding the skyline.

Statue seen on the skyline of many pictures

Statue

side view of the royal palace.

Royal Palace, National Museum of Hungary

Royal Palace, National Museum of Hungary

Fountain beside the royal palace.

Fountain at side of Royal palace

Fountain at side of Royal palace

This equestrian statue  of Prince Eugene of Savoy was placed here because the city commissioning it was not able to pay for it.

statue in front of Royal Palace

 statue in front of Royal Palace

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2 Responses to Sándor Palace

  1. Your pictures are beautiful.

  2. Alice says:

    Great pictures. They make me feel as if I were there. I really enjoyed the depiction of that beautiful architecture. I was especially fascinated by the bird and the horse statues. It is a good introduction to the palace in Budapest for people who have never been there.

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