Many Budapest sights are in this part of the city:
The Parliament building is the real symbol of Budapest: impossible to miss because its wonderful location on the river of the Danube and of its size. The building is 268 meters long and 123 meters hight, with a dome 96 meters high. Particular attention should also be given to the wonderful artistic compositions of glass works by Miksa Róth.
The Basilica of St. Stephen
The St. Stephen's Basilica is the largest church in Hungary. Almost 100 meters high, its high dome can be seen from most of the city. Characterizing element of Basilica is the dome, which rises to a height of 96 meters, making it, like Parliament, the tallest building in Pest. Internally there is keept one of the most important treasure of the country: the mummified hand of King Stephen, which gives its name. The building was completed around 1905.
Heroes' Square is located on the Pest side of the capital. It is surrounded to the north by the Museum of Fine Arts and to the South by the Gallery of the Arts. In the middle of the square, on a column of 36 meters there is the statue of the Archangel Gabriel, at the base of the column are statues of the seven Magyar commanders who conquered the country.