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May 26, 2006
The island also boasts a wide variety of gardens: a stately rose garden, a rock garden with goldfish pond, and a Japanese garden featuring water lilies. The park’s wildlife is not limited to fish, however, since there are also goats, sheep, and peacocks in the mini-zoo.
King Bela IV’s daughter, Margaret, lived in a convent on the island during the 13th century, and Dominican ruins are still part of the landscape in the Arpad Bridge end of the park.
From journal Sweet Wine and Soulful Music
January 30, 2002
From journal A local's guide to Budapest - work in progress!