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Thursday Doors Budapest 4

St Stephen’s Basilica is wonderful. It was built to commemorate the first king of Hungary. Who was called Stephen. He would give his right hand to be in this Roman Catholic church – indeed, there is an “incorruptible” hand on display. The reliquary doesn’t have a door, so no gross photographs.

Side Door. Or Porta. The main door is round the front.
Beautiful carved wooden doors of St Stephen’s
I am not sure where this door leads to in the Basilica.
Although the Basilica is in the Neo-Classical style, this is the gift shop in the foyer.
Away from religious buildings, this blue door looks interesting
I think this is a hotel door, rather incongruously adjacent to a pizza parlour
Hair-Nett – obviously a hair salon. I didn’t see the German barbershop, Herr Kutz. In Chicago I saw a shop called Hair Cuttery. Or perhaps the extreme barbershop, Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow. Enough.
Little food shop, non-stop 0-24.
Nightclub without vowels
OId Jewish Quartier

By Dr Alfred Prunesquallor

Maverick doctor with 40 years experience, I reduced my NHS commitment in 2013. I am now enjoying being free lance, working where I am needed overseas. Now I am working in the UK helping with the current coronavirus pandemic.

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