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October 22, 1887

BUDAPESTH.

JAMA. 1887;IX(17):540-541. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400160028008

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Abstract

The University of Budapesth— The Hospitals-Hysteria from Forced Sexual Intercourse—Cottage Hospital—Professor Koranyi.

This city, which is not difficult of approach from Vienna, is well worth a visit from medical men, who pass any time at all in Vienna. The situation of the city is a fine one, on both sides of the Danube, being really two cities, under one government. Buda or Ofen, on the south side of the river, and Pesth on the opposite shore. Buda is on a hill and has the imperial residence, and from here magnificent views can be obtained of the river below and Pesth and the plains extending beyond. The trip on the river between Budapesth and Lintz, some distance north, is one that will well compare with any sail in Europe. The city, and, ordinarily is meant that part called Pesth, has some fine streets and buildings, notably Radial street, lined by

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