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Palatinal Crypt

The Palatinal Crypt (Hungarian: Nádori kripta; German: Palatinsgruft) in Buda Castle, Budapest is the burial place of the Hungarian branch of the Habsburg dynasty, founded by Archduke Joseph, Palatine of Hungary. It is the only interior part of Buda Castle which survived the destruction of World War II and was not demolished in the subsequent decades of rebuilding.

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Buda Castle - Interior - Baroque and Historicism - Central Wing
... Palatinal Crypt (Nádori kripta) – The Palatinal Crypt, under the former palace chapel, is the only surviving room of the whole Royal Castle ... The underground crypt was first used as a burial place between 1770–1777 ... Karoline, Palatine Joseph's infant daughter was buried in the crypt ...
Interiors Of Buda Castle - Central Wing
... Palatinal Crypt (Nádori kripta) - The Palatinal Crypt under the former palace chapel is now the only surviving room of the whole Royal Castle ... The underground crypt was first used as a burial place between 1770–1777 ... Karoline, Palatine Joseph's infant daughter was buried in the crypt ...
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... Interiors of Buda Castle Works of art in Buda Castle Imperial Crypt, Vienna. ...