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Political or not, shown in New York or Budapest, it is a worthy achievement composed with taste and subtlety.
If ever there was a time for a show like “Letters to Afar” to be shown in Budapest, it is now.
The Budapest document makes sense historically only as a quid pro quo agreement resting upon American credibility to act.
The United States cannot simply walk away from the plain meaning of the Budapest Memorandum and leave Ukraine in the lurch.
Was the Grand Budapest Hotel itself the first thing you had to design?
In Berlin, Vienna, and Budapest it was a poor week that did not have its two or three premires.The Iron Ration|George Abel Schreiner
I did the same thing in Budapest and had the same good time over again.The Letters Of Mark Twain, Volume 4, 1886-1900|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
The building activity of Budapest since 1867 has been extraordinary, and the town has undergone a thorough transformation.
And then scratching his head, "Yes, it must have been of Hungary, for they spoke of Budapest——"The Secret Witness|George Gibbs
He looks like that man, but then there are probably scores in Budapest who wear that same kind of hat, Alpine style.Motor Boat Boys Down the Danube|Louis Arundel
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Cultural definitions for budapest (2 of 2)
Republic in central Europe, bordered by the former Czechoslovakia to the north, Ukraine to the northeast, Romania to the east and south, Yugoslavia and Croatia to the south, and Slovenia and Austria to the west. Its capital and largest city is Budapest.