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Richard Hodges travels to: Visegrád

Forty minutes north of Budapest, on a bend in the Danube, occupying a strategic point on its western side, lies Visegrád. In Roman times, this was a heavily fortified stretch of the Pannonian limes, controlling some of the richest farming land in Europe. Today, though, its real fascination lies in how Hungary’s smallest town became […]

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Aquincum, Roman Budapest

The tumultuous history of the legionary fortress and civilian town of aquincum, Roman Budapest