Photo Essay: Patterns of Budapest

I found Budapest filled with patterned architecture and design. From the wallpaper to Pest’s tidy buildings, the city certainly wears its own style.

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Finding something specific or offbeat about a city can be a fun and unique way to travel it. These are just a few of the patterns that I found throughout the city but I had fun looking at the sights with a different eye! 

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2 Responses to Photo Essay: Patterns of Budapest

  1. Gina, this is a gorgeous post! Like you, I also love patterns in architecture and try to capture every little nuance. You certainly have the eye! All the best, Terri

    • Gina says:

      Thank you – I’m glad you liked it! The design and art is completely different, and the patterns from the St. Matthias church to the ceramic tiling on the Great Jewish Synagogue really stuck out to me!

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