The Parliament Building in Budapest, Hungary, is a symbol of the capital and the whole country. It is also be one of the oldest buildings, housing the central government, it is certainly the most recognizable building of this type. Its construction was completed at the beginning of the 20th century. The facade of the new headquarters was directed towards the Danube and thanks to that it is beautifully reflected in the surface of water. The building is frequented by tourists, who are hugely impressed by richly decorated chambers and monuments. St. Stephen's crown is stored here, which is considered to be the largest relic of the nation and at the same time one of the symbols of the Hungarian state.