Military Court of Justice
Nagy Imre tér
Nagy Imre tér is home to the former Military Court of Justice on its northern side. Imre Nagy and others were tried and sentenced to...
The four pools here, with water temperatures of between 26°C and 40°C, are genuine Turkish baths erected in 1570 and have a wonderful...
Chapel of St Florian
Across pedestrianised Ganz utca is the Greek Catholic Chapel of St Florian, built in 1760 and dedicated to the patron saint of...
We don't know whether the name is a threat or a promise, but Buda's only gay bar at the moment is a magnet for a slightly older crowd –...
The ‘Duck’ is the place to go, well, ‘quackers’, though you need not restrict yourself to the eight dishes with a bill (4400Ft to...
II Fő utca 70-78 · interesting places nearby
Military Court of Justice information
In 1958 Imre Nagy and others were tried and sentenced to death here for their role in the uprising two years before. It was also the site of the notorious Fő utca prison, where many other victims of the regime were incarcerated and tortured.