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Buda

Buda (Serbian: Budim, German: Ofen, Slovak: Budín, Turkish: Budin) is the western part of the Hungarian capital Budapest on the west bank of the Danube. The name Buda takes its name from the name of Bleda the Hun ruler, whose name is also Buda in Hungarian.

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Buda Engine Co.
... Buda Engine was founded in 1881 by George Chalender in Buda, Illinois to make equipment for railways ... Later based in Harvey, Illinois, Buda from 1910 manufactured engines for industrial, truck, and marine applications ... Early Buda engines were gasoline fueled ...
Sashegy - History
... German colonists played an important part in the rebirth of viticulture in the Buda Hills ... as it was then called, was part of the Buda-Sashegy Wine Region ... According to the 1789 land register of Buda the vineyards on Adlerberg covered 0,6 km² ...
Buda River (Horoiata)
... The Buda River is a tributary of the Horoiata River in Romania ... Its source is located in the Buda Forrest on Vlamnic Hill ... It crosses the localities of Buda and Bogdăneşti before joining the Horoiata River ...
András Hess
... András Hess set up a printing press in Buda in 1472 ... He printed the first book in Hungary on June 5, 1473 in his Buda press ... the book, the Chronica Hungarorum or Buda Chronicle (Hungarian Budai Krónika) to László Karai, provost of Buda, who had invited him to Hungary ...
Buda, Masovian Voivodeship
... Buda is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Stare Babice, within Warsaw West County, Masovian Voivodeship, in east-central Poland ...