This ClipArt gallery offers 15 illustrations related to Hungary, including famous buildings, persons, stamps, coins, and seals.

The parliament building in Budapest, Hungary.

Parliament Building at Budapest

The parliament building in Budapest, Hungary.

Pesth, also known as Pest, and Pesta is the eastern, mostly flat part of Budapest, comprising about two thirds of Budapest's territory. Here we see a Citadel, a fortress, generally on high ground built to protect the city of Pesth.

Citadel at Perth

Pesth, also known as Pest, and Pesta is the eastern, mostly flat part of Budapest, comprising about…

The obverse side of a Ducat, a gold coin, of Ladislaus Postumus, the King of Hungary from A.D. 1452-1457.

Ducat of Ladislaus Postumus, Obverse

The obverse side of a Ducat, a gold coin, of Ladislaus Postumus, the King of Hungary from A.D. 1452-1457.

The reverse side of a ducat, a gold coin, of Ladislaus Postumus, the King of Hungary from A.D. 1452-1457.

Ducat of Ladislaus Postumus, Reverse

The reverse side of a ducat, a gold coin, of Ladislaus Postumus, the King of Hungary from A.D. 1452-1457.

A Hungarian lawyer and politician who was considered a freedom fighter and bellwether of democracy in Europe.

Louis Kossuth

A Hungarian lawyer and politician who was considered a freedom fighter and bellwether of democracy in…

Hungary Newspaper Stamp (value unknown) from 1871-1874

Hungary Unknown Value Newspaper Stamp, 1871-1874

Hungary Newspaper Stamp (value unknown) from 1871-1874

Hungary Newspaper Tax Stamp (2 kreuzer) from 1868

Hungary 2 Kreuzer Newspaper Tax Stamp, 1868

Hungary Newspaper Tax Stamp (2 kreuzer) from 1868

Pesth, also known as Pest, and Pesta is the eastern, mostly flat part of Budapest, comprising about two thirds of Budapest's territory. In 1838 it was flooded by the Danube. In 1849 the first suspension bridge, the Széchenyi Chain Bridge, was constructed across the Danube connecting Pest with Buda. Consequently, in 1873, the two cities were unified with óbuda to become Budapest.

The bridge at Pesth

Pesth, also known as Pest, and Pesta is the eastern, mostly flat part of Budapest, comprising about…

This is a plan of the Parliament House in Budapest, Hungary. It is an example of Modern Architecture. Construction lasted from 1885 to 1902. The Parliament House is located on Pest's Riverbank. The building is a symbol of Hungary's independence. "The plan [for the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, England] in itself is a stroke of genius, and had been more or less imitated in buildings for similar purposes all over the world; the most important example, the Parliament House of Budapest, being almost a literal copy". The scale is given in yards.

Plan of the Parliament House, Budapest, 1885–1902

This is a plan of the Parliament House in Budapest, Hungary. It is an example of Modern Architecture.…

Also known as Brezalauspurc, Preßburg, Pozsony, Prešporok and Bratislava, as it was renamed in 1919, has been known by many names in different languages throughout its history. In 1993, the city became the capital of the newly formed Slovak Republic. Its location on the borders with Austria and Hungary makes it the only national capital that borders two countries.

Quay at Pressburg

Also known as Brezalauspurc, Preßburg, Pozsony, Prešporok and Bratislava, as it was renamed in 1919,…

Coat of Arms, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Lombardy-Venice

The Great Seal of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Lombardy-Venice

Coat of Arms, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Lombardy-Venice

Coat of Arms, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

The Great Seal of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

Coat of Arms, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

Coat of Arms, Hungary

The Great Seal of Hungary

Coat of Arms, Hungary

Hungary Stamp (2 kreuzer) from 1871

Hungary 2 Kreuzer Stamp, 1871

Hungary Stamp (2 kreuzer) from 1871

Saint Stephen I was Grand Prince of the Magyars (997-1001) and the first King of Hungary (1001-1038). He greatly expanded Hungarian control over the Carpathian Basin during his lifetime, broadly established Christianity in the region, and he is generally considered to be the founder of Hungary. Stephen I was canonized, together with his son and Bishop Gerard of Csanád, on August 20, 1083, becoming one of the most popular saints in Hungary.

Stephen I of Hungary

Saint Stephen I was Grand Prince of the Magyars (997-1001) and the first King of Hungary (1001-1038).…