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"Zero Kilometre Stone" Zero Kilometer Stone Tip by stevieUK

Zero Kilometer Stone, Budapest: 5 reviews and 5 photos

  Zero KM Marker for Hungary
by stevieUK

Having spent years seeing mdistance markers from points I'd never been to when I went to Madrid I came across the marker for Spain. So in an anarch kind of a way I was pleased to find the zero marker for Budapest was easy to find when visiting.
It's at the bottom of the Chain Bridge which you'll probably visit anyway.

Address: Base of Funicular at end of Chain Bridge
Directions: Base of Funicular at end of Chain Bridge

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Dec 19, 2004
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