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Nativity scene in Budapest, Hungary

Uploaded by: Danube

Tuesday December 25, 2012

Budapest, Hungary

Caption: Kossuth Square, 2012/12/25 22:05 CET. Static outdoor nativity scene in the centre of capital city, next to the Parliament building

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14. Danube
7:00 AM GMT on December 23, 2013
Thank you Peter!
Precious memories, should vivify.
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13. Cowgazer
9:25 AM GMT on December 21, 2013
Fantastic Nativity scene, when I was a boy our church had life sized figures and the men of the parish built a stable in a side alter, it was wonderful and we visited it several times before Christmas day.
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12. Danube
8:39 AM GMT on December 21, 2013
Peace on Earth!
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11. Danube
11:03 AM GMT on December 28, 2012
I tried to honor everyone here with available, published website addresses, and high-quality recordings.
Thank you Patty for the nice Christmas melody, your gift which you offered in commentary for the visiting.
Peace :)
Thank you Colleen for your kind attention, too!
Have a Happy New Year!
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10. NatureGirlsBabies
4:56 AM GMT on December 28, 2012
So wonderful to see that the whole world hasn't lost the true spirit of Christmas. These are almost completely outlawed in America. Thank you for sharing this with us.
Have a Happy New Year.
Colleen
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9. deepwoods
2:47 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Another favorite Christmas carol of mine is "Once in Royal David's City" written by Cecil Francis Alexander.

Here is a link to the Boys Choir at King's College, Cambridge, and the audience singing this very lovely Christmas Carol.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RC34N1TfCQ
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8. deepwoods
2:43 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
Very sacred and holy scene. This depicts the true meaning of Christmas! One of my favorite Christmas Carols is "Rockabye Jesus." I have a recording of it as sung by the poor Claire nuns, which is very, very touching. It is as if Mary is singing to her baby, Jesus. Here is a link to the melody of this lovely song. http://tinyurl.com/cqa8zru

And here are the lyrics:

'1. Rockabye Jesus sweet,
Close will I hold Thee,
As Mary's loving arms
Then did enfold Thee.
|: Rockabye Jesus,
My soul's fairest treasure,
Rockabye Jesus,
My love knows no measure. :|
2. See how the world lies
In sorrow and sadness;
Give us Thy blessing,
O bring Heaven's gladness!
|: Rockabye Jesus,
My soul's fairest treasure,
Rockabye Jesus,
My love knows no measure. :|'

I hope you will all enjoy it! I find it very lovely and touching....a most beautiful Christmas lullaby.



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6. Danube
10:57 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Celine Dion - So this is Christmas
http://tinyurl.com/7w4ucb
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5. Danube
4:40 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Which song keeps real meaning of Christmas ?

Gyerekek a Dévai Szent Ferenc Alapítvány gyermekvédelmi központjából: Pásztorok, pásztorok
/'Children from the Saint Francis Foundation of Deva with child protection center: Shepherds, shepherds'/ (old Hungarian Christmas song):
http://tinyurl.com/cm424j4
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4. Danube
4:20 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
St.Martin es a Devai gyerekek: Halleluja
('St.Martin and the Deva orphaned children: Hallelujah')

http://tinyurl.com/cjfu8on
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3. Danube
4:15 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Andrea Bocelli: Ave Maria / Schubert
http://tinyurl.com/brehbsn
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2. Danube
4:09 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Which song keeps real meaning of Christmas ?

Jussi Björling: O helga natt ('O, saint night')
http://tinyurl.com/62gnc7o
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1. Danube
4:06 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Which song keeps real meaning of Christmas ?

Lucian Pavarotti: Adeste Fideles ('O come, all ye faithful')
http://tinyurl.com/c87zags

'Adeste fideles, laeti triumphantes:
Venite, venite in Bethlehem'...


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Danube

'Danube' (András Juhász): I am a photographer interested in the visualisation of the effects of suddenly appearing solar wind storms. At the same time my colour rich photos also want to mirror the Carpathian Basin's atmosphere, the natural beauty of its wide open spaces and its versatile Cultural Heritage. I return rarely, only when I have something to say about the matter under discussion, and also when I have a great time enjoying myself producing something worthwhile. Thank you for your friendly visit. Goodbye!

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