Postcard from Szentendre
May 24, 2010 by michaeljjordan
My photos from Hungary’s Szentendre, formerly an ethnic-Serb settlement, then an artists’ colony, now a quick tourist jaunt from the capital, Budapest.
Entry from the Danube.
Lounging by the river.
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The blight of modern Hungary: graffiti.
Artistic touches abound.
Peeking into someone's courtyard.
The church looms over the city.
Serb Orthodox once dominated.
A school treated with less concern than the church.
View from the rooftops.
Old World meets the new.
Paprika: what no self-respecting goulash is without. (And don't miss the date above -- 1737.)
Just you and a few thousand tourists.
Though, give tourists the slip on cobble-stoned paths.
Finally, reward yourself with a sweet treat.