The Danube Bank of Buda

In olden times an important Roman road ran from today's Chain Bridge towards Aquincum. In the Middle Ages this road became the main street of the Buda suburb of Water Town and from there it led to The Queens' town, Óbuda. It is still called Fô utca (meaning Main Street), and it starts from Clark Ádám tér at the Buda end of the Chain Bridge. From the symbolic "0" kilometre stone (by Miklós Borsos) in this square the distances of Hungarian main roads are measured.

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