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Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Signs - Budapest

Some signs from our visit to Budapest, Hungary in April 2018.

Considering I wasn't yet participating int he Signs meme, I'm amazed at the quantity of photos with signs that I took in Budapest. And...looking through this album I found murals I hadn't yet posted, so the will be shown in the near future.

For other signs from across the world please visit Tom's blog.

                              "Hello Hungary" sign at the airport. I saw 2 more in the city.

                                                         The Zero KM sculpture





                                                                   At the Music shop

At a ladies boutique



                        


46 comments:

  1. I still laugh about Einbahnstrasse. In a friendly, funny way!!!
    Was the person laughing, helping you out? I sure would have. And then invite you for a coffee.
    Love the ladies boutique-sign! Though, huhhhh. Ingo bought me a sewing machine. Boy, is that complicated!
    Ohhhh, the dog, what a sweetheart, best GPS ever!
    Ingo sure´d love the pirate!
    Great series! All I know of that country is.... they have great wine. Makes the best goulash hand you even can drink it, the wine, that is.

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    1. We hadn't asked anyone, we were both looking at the map trying to find our way.
      The dog gps is funny and cute.
      Don't know about the wine, as I didn't taste it, but I tasted the goulash and it was delicious :)

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  2. Adoro ver estas "decorações" urbanas que sempre embelezam as cidades.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  3. That are a lot of signs Sami.But once your eye falls on something you keep seeing it. Thanks for showing us.

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    1. Thanks SC. I agree our eyes get trained to spot certain things :)

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  4. Dearest Sami,
    Hah, that face on the big planter sure is attracting attention to that Change sign!
    Love the doggy with the original GPS too; precious photo.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  5. A friend if mine returned from a visit to Hungary last year and was dismayed at the way the country is sliding into autocracy.

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    1. That is sad David. I must say I was quite surprised with the country's progress when we visited.

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  6. ...Sami you found some beautiful and humorous signs and I thank you for sharing. I'm afraid the I won't be visiting Budapest anytime soon. Thanks for joining the party.

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    1. Thanks for hosting Tom. Sadly I don't think most of us will be traveling anywhere for a while.

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  7. What a great collection. I must look and see if I took a photo of 0 km.

    Love the dress and original GPS.

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    1. Thanks Jackie. The 0 is near the castle hill funicular.
      The dog gps is cute :)

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  8. I love the original GPS one the best. Adorable.

    Have a fabulous day, Sami. ♥

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  9. I have never been to Budapest, but my sister has. Interesting place.

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  10. You found some great signs there! Love the GPS!

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  11. Los carteles tienen un papel especial en la vida de la ciudad.

    Me gustán los curiosos detalles que he visto en tus fotos.

    Besos

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  12. There is a Nimrod Theatre in Sydney. I love the four legged GPS.

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  13. I apologize for taking so long to visit. It was definitely beyond my control. I’m trying to catch up, but it’s harder than I actually imagined it would be, especially with my very slow internet.

    I think I'm like everyone who loved the GPS sign. I liked the last one, even if I didn't understand the words. Some of these were extremely clever.

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    1. How terrible that you continue to have internet problems Elizabeth.
      The GPS dog seems to have been the most popular for sure, he's very cute.
      The Nimrod Derringer was a gun shop with the statue of a "pirate" I think hanging above the door.

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  14. Great collection here.
    I particularly like the face on the big planter, it made me smile :)

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks Jan, it also brought a smile to my face when I saw it :)

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  15. Oh my gosh Sami, what an excellent series of very clever and diverse signs, Budapest looks like a fun place ✨

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    1. It was a great visit Grace, loved the city.

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  16. Hello Sami,
    Very funny pictures.
    So funny that little dog with his own GPS.

    Greetings, Marco

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