Much loved by the Hungarians, they have named a boulevard, a bridge, a district and now a mural after their Queen, famous for her slim waist and long hair.
She was stabbed to death in 1898 at the age of 61, by an Italian anarchist while travelling in Geneva. With 44 years on the throne, she was the longest serving Empress of Austria.
Located at Rumbach Sebestyén utca 11-13, opposite the Rumbach Street Synagogue (closed for restoration), and also opposite the Rubik's cube mural in the VII district (Jewish district), it was painted in 2014 by Neopaint, and captures her beauty and regal spirit.
At the top the words Erzsébetváros mean Elizabethtown, and above the portrait in the oval are the names of streets in the district.