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Pictures of Budapest – Colourful floors and attractive tiles

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  • We Love Budapest

16/08/2022 9.09am

Walking around Budapest, it’s worth looking down at your feet, as not only luxurious mansions, but even the most modest buildings hide special tiling around their entrances and staircases. Our photographers snapped some of their favourites.

From classic Greek motifs to intricate floral patterns and geometric shapes, anything can be found on the colourful limestone tiles and mosaics covering the floor. Take a look!

Szent István körút 16

Photo: Bódis Krisztián - We Love Budapest

OTP residency, Alagút utca 3

Photo: Hirling Bálint - We Love Budapest

Phönix–Turul House, Katona József utca 2

Photo: Major Kata - We Love Budapest

Magda Courtyard, Mátyás tér 4

Photo: Bódis Krisztián - We Love Budapest

Szent István körút 16

Photo: Bódis Krisztián - We Love Budapest

Bartók Béla út 36-38

Photo: Major Kata - We Love Budapest

Bartók Béla út 36-38

Photo: Major Kata - We Love Budapest

Photo: Bartha Dorka - We Love Budapest

Photo: Bartha Dorka - We Love Budapest

Szent István körút 18

Photo: Bódis Krisztián - We Love Budapest

Szent István körút 18

Photo: Bódis Krisztián - We Love Budapest

Krúdy Gyula utca 11

Photo: Bódis Krisztián - We Love Budapest

Photo: Bartha Dorka - We Love Budapest

Degenfeld-Schomburg Palace, Bródy Sándor utca 14

Photo: Bódis Krisztián - We Love Budapest

Ferenc tér 4

Photo: Major Kata - We Love Budapest

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