The Fire Tower (T?ztorony) with the Town Hall - Sopron, Hungary
After the First World War Hungary was split up. Sopron was part of Burgenland, a Hungarian region that was given to the Austrians. The people of Sopron protested though and were given the chance to vote on whether to stay in Hungary or join Austria. They chose Hungary and the rest is history.
This stock photo collection of Sopron shows that it survived the ravages of the wars with the Turks and is one of the few truly medieval towns in Hungary. It has a gothic church and of course palaces that were updated in the Baroque style. It is a fascinating town with an old town centre of little streets leading to its famous fire lookout tower which is the symbol of Sopron.
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