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St Stephens Basillica View-Photo  by Reece Ashby
St Stephens Basillica View-Photo by Reece Ashby

St. Stephen’s Basilica, located in the bustling city of Budapest, Hungary, is a beacon of Neo-Renaissance architecture and one of the most significant religious buildings in the country. The basilica, named after Stephen, the first King of Hungary, stands at an impressive 96 meters, mirroring the height of the Hungarian Parliament Building and symbolizing the balance between church and state. This architectural gem is adorned with intricate details, including a stunningly ornate interior, a high dome offering panoramic views of the city, and its most sacred relic – the mummified right hand of St. Stephen. Photographers will find a plethora of interesting elements to capture, from the large-scale architectural shots to the fine details of the mosaics, frescoes, and sculptures. The basilica’s impressive facade, illuminated at night, adds another layer of enchantment to this iconic structure. St. Stephen’s Basilica is a must-see for any photographer visiting Budapest.

(Budapest, Hungary)