A 19-minute film has been released which shows a bird's-eye view of Pest county's architectural and natural treasures.
Granted by the Ministry of Agriculture, the short film gives viewers a prime viewing spot from high up in the air of well-known and hidden treasures.
Eye-catching delights from the architectural and natural world are featured, including the ship mill in Ráckeve, the triumphal arch in Vác, church ruins in Zsámbék, the Zichy chapel and the cellars of the county’s wine region.
András Ambrus, press chief of the Pest County Government Office, said that in the heritage registry of Pest County more than 200 attractions are listed in the field of agriculture and food economy, health and lifestyle, built environment, industrial and technical solutions, cultural heritage, sports, the natural environment and tourism.
Ambrus also pointed out that promoting the built and natural heritage of the county through exhibitions, publications and short films is an essential task of the Pest County Government Office.
You can watch the breathtaking video here.