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Imre Kinszky     Király Street, the Main Street in Budapest’s Largest Jewish Neighborhood Before World War II     1929

Király Street, Budapest, 1929 :: Photo by Imre Kinszky. a main thoroughfare in one of Budapest’s biggest Jewish neighborhoods.

Sződliget; Hungary

Sződliget; Hungary

Skeleton of a 35 year old woman and her 8 month old child from Æbelholt Abbey, Denmark. The mother had between 17 to 24 oxalic acid kidney stones in the area of the fetus head. This is believed to have caused the strange position of the child and thus the death of the mother – who most likely was a patient at the monastery’s hospital.

Skeleton of a woman and foetus/baby who both died during the mother's pregnancy

Skeleton of mother and baby, who both died during birth. My mother's mother died giving birth to her 8 th child so I guess her skeleton must look like this because the baby died inside of her. How very sad for my Mom to grow up without a mother.

Budapest, 1960s when the M1 line's terminal was in the city park.

Budapest, when the line's terminal was in the city park.

Egyházi pénzből épült a pesti Kálvin-pláza: Mammon vagy Isten szolgálatában? - FALANSZTER

Egyházi pénzből épült a pesti Kálvin-pláza: Mammon vagy Isten szolgálatában?

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