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The Banks of the Danube (1910)

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Here we wander first, about the streets of Buda Pest, which is divided by the famous river, Danube, spanned by numerous magnificent bridges, which we see both from the boats and from the ... See full summary »

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Here we wander first, about the streets of Buda Pest, which is divided by the famous river, Danube, spanned by numerous magnificent bridges, which we see both from the boats and from the shore. We then visit a number of the more important public buildings. It is interesting to note here that Buda Pest is the official title of two united towns, Buda, on the left bank of the Danube, and Pest on the right. On the Buda side we see the high hills crowned by the Konigsburg and Fisherman's Bastion. The river front of Pest is exceedingly modern, and includes the new houses of parliament, the academy and numerous other public buildings of beauty. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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3 May 1910 (USA)  »

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Re-released in the US as a split reel along with the drama The Shade of Autumn (1912). See more »

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A half hour of excellent travel impressions
4 May 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Really a visit to the two cities of Buda and Pest, one on one side of the Danube and the other on the other side, together forming the well known city of Buda-Pest, the capital of Hungary, containing some 500,000 people. Like all old towns in Europe, it is picturesque and most of the views shown emphasize this feature. A view of the Konigsburg, crowning the hilltop, is one of the best scenes. It affords an excellent impression of the castle. Then the audience is conducted along the banks of the Danube and shown some of the most attractive scenes, all of which are individual and were selected by an artist. Unfortunately, however, for those who delight in the older portions of foreign cities, a considerable part of the river front of Buda-Pest is modern. It has had to be to keep pace with the commercial development of the place. Altogether it is a satisfactory picture and affords a half hour of excellent travel impressions. - The Moving Picture World, May 14, 1910


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