Satellite view of Danube over Budapest

Satellite view of river Danube over Budapest

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Moving the mouse over the bridges you will find a short piece of information about each. Click them for a detailed description.

In the first picture you can see the satellite image of Megyeri Bridge spanning Budapest at its most Northern point. The distance between Megyeri Bridge and the other bridges of Budapest is relatively great, that is why they are shown on two separate satellite images. In the second picture the other bridges of Budapest can be seen: Arpad Bridge in the North, Lagymanyosi Bridge in the South, and the remaining five Budapest bridges in between.



The distance between Megyeri Bridge and Arpad Bridge is about 8-9 kilometers.

DID YOU KNOW?

In the course of World War II, all bridges of Budapest were demolished so that after the war, a need for quickly buildable provisional bridges arose. Kossuth Bridge was opened for traffic on 18 January 1946. After the inauguration of the rebuilt Chain Bridge, Kossuth Bridge was closed for traffic and finally demolished in 1960.

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