Historic Watchtowers in Hungary Offer Atmospheric Views

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This scenic hiking route winds its way through the north of Hungary and over Galyeteto, the third highest mountain in the country. The post Historic Watchtowers in Hungary Offer Atmospheric Views appeared first on Freshome.com.

Zoltan Apartment is Contemporary and Timeless

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Designed in 2015 by A+Z Design Studio this contemporary apartment in Budapest, Hungary, utilizes sparse accessories to accentuate the sharp curvature of the space and draw the eye in.

Rohrdorfer Group to Acquire CEMEX’s Austrian and Hungarian Operations for €160.1 Million

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announced today that it has signed an agreement for the sale of its operations in Austria and Hungary to the Rohrdorfer Group for approximately €160.1 CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. million. The Austrian

Minimalist Penthouse Design in Budapest Treasuring Functionality

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Located in the 11th district of Budapest, Hungary, in Madárhegy near Budaörs, this minimalist penthouse envisioned by Adamdesign Bels?építész építész Studio meets the modern living needs of its owners.

Small Apartment in Budapest for Style-Seeking Travelers

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Specially designed for two style-seeking travelers, this small apartment in Budapest, Hungary comes with a total area of 323-square-feet and plenty of surprising solutions.

A Tiny Apartments Roundup: 500-Square-Foot or Less Spaces

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Size: 430 SQFT | See it here Travelers’ Homebase | Budapest, Hungary For a couple that is constantly on the road, a simple and uncluttered place to call home is the key to their sanity between trips. 500 square feet may not seem like a lot of space.

Micro Apartments are the Next Big Thing

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Budapest, Hungary This 322 square foot space includes plenty of practical and modular storage. For fans of tiny houses , there’s a new way to live small and affordably – even in the biggest, most expensive cities.

Letters from a traveling Architecture Student | Life of an Architect

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Judit Hi Bob, I am an architect from Hungary and I really like your blog! about me Lets Work Together Frequently Asked Questions Do you want to be an Architect?