Do you know which island of Budapest can be seen on this black and white, vintage illustration, and approximately when it was made?
The island’s importance grew in the 19th century, when Count István Széchenyi established the Óbuda Shipyard. The first ship made there was launched in 1836 and was called the Árpád-steamboat. However, most of industrial activity in the buildings of the island ended and moved to different companies over time. Today, its appearance is slightly different….