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Nowadays, Tabán is well-konown as great city-park area in the heart of the historical Budapest. 

For centuries, we could find vineyards, small streets and adobe houses here, with a stream in the bottom of the Devil's Ditches. The area was known of its thermal springs in the Middle Ages, which also determined its history.

But where did the buildings disappeare, and where does the small stream hide hide in the last kilometers, before reaching th Danube? 
Among others, I tell you these stories. Follow me on a virtual autumn walk between Gellért Hill and the quay of Buda.

Check out my video on YouTube too, to turn on English subtitles, so you can undersatnd everything I'm talking about during the trip. :)