Close Walls—Budapest, Hungary
Szentendre, a town of arts and museums, is north of Budapest on the bank of the Danube River. Szentendre was first inhabited in the New Stone Age. It has since been home to Illyrians, the Celtic Eraviscus tribe, Romans, Lombards, Avars and, Hungarians. In the 17th Century, Serbian settlers came to the town and gave Szentendre its characteristic, Mediterranean-style architecture.
Since the early 20th century, Szentendre has been home to several generations of Hungarian artists.