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Critical Mass 2012 in Budapest, Hungary PDF Print Email
Monday, 23 April 2012 12:28
360° panoramic image about Critical Mass in Budapest, Hungary

360° panoramic image depicting the arrival of the cyclists at Heroes square (Hősök tere) via Andrássy-avenue.

Saving Malév, the Hungarian National Airline - 360° virtual tour PDF Print Email
Saturday, 11 February 2012 15:00
Saving Malév, the Hungarian National Airline - 360° virtual tour


It was very touching experience to attend the peaceful memorial walk for Malév. Passing the Rákóczi-bridge, about half of the cars and all of the trains assured us of their compasson. You can see the small planes of Malév Aero Club flying above St. Gellért square and listen to the famous Malév signal just recorded at the demonstration.

Peace March for Hungary in 360° PDF Print Email
Thursday, 12 January 2012 16:00
Peace March for Hungary 360° virtual tour


A lot of people attended a massive civilian pro-government march in Budapest, capital of Hungary.

Advent in Budapest in 360° PDF Print Email
Wednesday, 14 December 2011 21:00
Advent in Budapest in 360°


Take a 360° virtual tour of downtown Budapest in mid-December 2011

The Danube is running dry in 360° PDF Print Email
Monday, 05 December 2011 15:00
The Danube is drying out - 360° Virtual Tour


Record low water levels were measured at the beginning of December 2011. The reason is pretty simple: there has been no significant rainfall since July in most of the countries along Danube river. This rare phenomenon caused areas normally occupied by water to be accessible on foot. team shot a small virtual tour about dry areas around the pillar of Margaret bridge in Budapest, Hungary.

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