Budapest[1] es le citate capital de Hungaria.[2] Illo es le citate le plus grande in Hungaria, e le centro principal de politica, cultura, commercio, industria, e transportation in le pais.[3] Budapest es considerate un modiolo importante in Europa Central.[4] In 2008, Budapest habeva 1,702,297 habitantes[5] e su area metropolitan ha 2,451,418[6]. Le area del citate es 525 km2 [7]. Budapest ha unite trans le Danubio in le 17 de novembre, 1873, Buda e Óbuda (Vechio Buda) in le ripa occidental con Pest in le ripa oriental .[8] [7]

Budapest

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Nomine original Budapest
Classe capital, town in Hungary[*], citate a milliones[*], enclave[*]
Pais Hungaria, Kingdom of Hungary[*], Hungarian Republic[*], Hungarian Soviet Republic[*], First Hungarian Republic[*], Austria-Hungaria, First Hungarian Republic[*], Republic of Hungary[*], People's Republic of Hungary[*]
Population 1 723 836
Area 52 514 hectare
Situate in Hungaria
Altitude 102±1 metro
Coordinatas 47°29'54"N, 19°2'27"E
Linguas official Lingua hungare
Citates gemine Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, Fort Worth, Texas, New York, Tel Aviv, Vienna, Sarajevo, Lisbona, Beijing, Zagreb, Vilnius, Neapole, Cracovia, Florentia, Lecce, Istanbul, San Vito al Tagliamento, Varsovia, Mondragone, São Paulo, Dublin, Bangkok, Kiev, Madrid, Damasco, Bucarest, Daejeon, Košice[*], Osaka, Kielce[*], Subotica[*], Târgu Mureș[*], Lviv[*], Ankara, Shanghai, Odorheiu Secuiesc[*], Tehran, Chongqing, Nashik[*]
Fuso horari UTC+01:00, UTC+02:00
ISO 3166-2 HU-BU
Geonames ID 3054643
Sito web: https://budapest.hu/, https://budapest.hu/sites/english/
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Budapest

Patrimonio MundialModificar

Budapest es considerate un citate belle[9][2][10] [11] cuje sitos de Patrimonio Mundial include le ripas del Danubio, le Quartiero de Castello de Buda, Avenue Andrássy, e le Ferrovia Subterranee del Millennio, le primero in le continente de Europa.[9][12] Budapest attrahe plus de 20 million visitatores per anno.[13] Le centro pro le European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) va ser in Budapest.[14]

HistoriaModificar

Le prime burgo in le sito de Budapest era Ak-Ink (Aqua Abundante), construite per Celtos e depost occupate in le 1elinguistice seculo aEC per le Imperio Roman e appellate Aquincum.[15] Le Romanos construeva stratas, amphitheatros, banios e domos con pavimentos thermal.[16].

Le Hungaros stabiliva se in le territorio al fin de 9e seculo[17][10] [10]. Le Tatares invadeva in le 13e seculo[7][10]. King Béla IV de Hungaria mandava le construction de muros de petra circum le citate[10] e estabiliva le royal palace[18] super le alto del collina de Buda. In 1361[18] le citate ha devenite le capital de Hungaria[7].

[7]. Le Renascentia italian habeva un grande influence in le citate[7]. Appellate pro le rege Matthias Corvino de Hungaria, le Bibliotheca Corviniana[7] era un grande collection de chronicos historic, philosophic e scientific in le 15e seculo.

GeographiaModificar

Budapest es in le centro de Hungaria. Le Danubio entra le citate al nord.

ClimateModificar

Budapest ha un climate temperate transitional.[19].

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  1. Derivation: Entitates: 1. (it) Budapest || 2. (es) Budapest || (pt) Budapeste || 3. (fr) Budapest || 4. (en) Budapest || Controlo: (de) Budapest || (ru) Будапешт || - (Extra): (la) Budapestinum
  2. 2,0 2,1 Beauty and the Feast. Time (2002-03-18). Recuperate le 2008-05-22.
  3. Patrono:Cite encyclopedia
  4. Doing Business : Budapest, the soul of Central Europe. International Herald Tribune (2004-08-04). Archivo del original create le 2011-11-03. Recuperate le 2008-01-29.
  5. Gazetteer of the Republic of Hungary. Hungarian Central Statistical Office (2008-01-01). Recuperate le 2008-08-16.
  6. Social and economic parameters of Budapest (hungaro) 9. Hungarian Central Statistical Office. Recuperate le 2007-07-13.
  7. 7,0 7,1 7,2 7,3 7,4 7,5 7,6 Patrono:Cite encyclopedia
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  9. 9,0 9,1 Nomination of the banks of the Danube and the district of the Buda Castle. International Council on Monuments and Sites. Recuperate le 2008-01-31.
  10. 10,0 10,1 10,2 10,3 10,4 Budapest. Travel Channel. Archivo del original create le 9 October 2008. Recuperate le 22 May 2008.
  11. Budapest Is Stealing Some of Prague’s Spotlight. The New York Times (2006-10-03). Recuperate le 2008-01-29.
  12. World Heritage Committee Inscribes 9 New Sites on the World Heritage List. Unesco World Heritage Centre. Recuperate le 2008-01-31.
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  14. "EU nations pick Budapest for technology institute", International Herald Tribune, The New York Times Company (2008-06-18). Recuperate le 2008-06-20. Archived from the original on 2012-06-04. 
  15. Encyclopædia Britannica: https://www.britannica.com/place/Aquincum
  16. Sugar, Peter F. (1990). "Hungary before the Hungarian Conquest", A History of Hungary, 5. Retrieved on 2008-06-03. 
  17. Molnár, Miklós (2001). "Chronology", A Concise History of Hungary, 12. Retrieved on 2008-06-03. 
  18. 18,0 18,1 Patrono:Cite EB1911
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