BUDAPEST – One of the most fascinating pieces of artwork in Budapest is found in Hungary’s castle district. An early 18th-century monument built for the dual purposes of remembering victims of the plague and safeguarding the city from future diseases, the Baroque column is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. Check out this video report:
May 28, 2011 5:44 pm
VIDEO REPORT: One way to fight the plague
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