Monuments, Palace

Until its amalgamation with Buda and Pest in 1872, Óbuda was a rather sleepy little township, and in spite of significant rebuilding and renovation it has still managed to retain something of its earlier ambiance. This old settlement, where evidence of prehistoric culture has been revealed and where shortly after the birth of Christ the Romans founded their camp of Aquincum, was according to custom the residence of the Hunnish king Attila in the 5th C. Under the Árpáds the place experienced colossal prosperity. In the middle Ages there was a palace of the Hungarian queens here; in the days of the Turkish livelihood the little Danube Township fell into complete decay, as a result of the increasing significance of the neighboring royal conurbation of Buda.

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