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What was the importance of Budapest to the Austrian-Hungary empire? a. It was where the King lived. c. It was the location for Hungarian parliament. b. It was the location for
Austrian parliament. d. It was the scene of the most violent Hungarian uprisings.
Budapest began life as a Celtic settlement before the Romans founded the town of Aquincum on the same site towards the end of the 1st Century AD. [ It wasn't until the 10th Century that the Magyar (Hungarian) people arrived in the region from the East, and not until the year 1000 itself that King Stephen established the Kingdom of Hungary with Pope Silvester II's blessing. Even at this time the
then separate towns of Buda and Pest were of little importance as the Stephen's palace was situated in Szekesfehervar and the country's religious centre in Esztergom. After the Mongol invasion of 1241 ravaged the country King Bela made the decision to build a number of fortresses to better protect the country from invaders. The castle on Buda Hill was one such fortress, and this stronghold later allowed Buda to become the Hungarian capital (in 1367). ]
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User: What was the importance of Budapest to the Austrian-Hungary empire? a. It was where the King lived. c. It was the location for Hungarian parliament. b. It was the location for Austrian parliament. d. It was the scene of the most violent Hungarian uprisings.

Weegy: Budapest began life as a Celtic settlement before the Romans founded the town of Aquincum on the same site towards the end of the 1st Century AD. [ It wasn't until the 10th Century that the Magyar (Hungarian) people arrived in the region from the East, and not until the year 1000 itself that King Stephen established the Kingdom of Hungary with Pope Silvester II's blessing. Even at this time the then separate towns of Buda and Pest were of little importance as the Stephen's palace was situated in Szekesfehervar and the country's religious centre in Esztergom. After the Mongol invasion of 1241 ravaged the country King Bela made the decision to build a number of fortresses to better protect the country from invaders. The castle on Buda Hill was one such fortress, and this stronghold later allowed Buda to become the Hungarian capital (in 1367). ]
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User: What was the importance of Budapest to the Austrian-Hungary empire? a. It was where the King lived. c. It was the location for Hungarian parliament. b. It was the location for Austrian parliament. d. It was the scene of the most violent Hungarian uprisings.

Weegy: Budapest began life as a Celtic settlement before the Romans founded the town of Aquincum on the same site towards the end of the 1st Century AD. [ It wasn't until the 10th Century that the Magyar (Hungarian) people arrived in the region from the East, and not until the year 1000 itself that King Stephen established the Kingdom of Hungary with Pope Silvester II's blessing. Even at this time the then separate towns of Buda and Pest were of little importance as the Stephen's palace was situated in Szekesfehervar and the country's religious centre in Esztergom. After the Mongol invasion of 1241 ravaged the country King Bela made the decision to build a number of fortresses to better protect the country from invaders. The castle on Buda Hill was one such fortress, and this stronghold later allowed Buda to become the Hungarian capital (in 1367). ]
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