In 1999, the Belgrade Quay of the Danube was a scandalous part of the World Heritage site. In the course of the sample reconstruction project launched by the B.V.A. the facades stripped bare earlier have also been restored to their original state in collaboration with the owners and the district municipality. The B.V.A. has elaborated a color plan for the whole row of buildings and the adjacent spaces squares which is being implemented by the local municipality.
As part of the first panorama-restoration program, the majority of the houses are ready on the Belgrade Quay – 1999-2006
The historical nucleus of the city is one of the world’s most outstanding architectural ensembles in eclectic style that will become increasingly valuable with time
The foundation of the PRO BUDAPEST World Heritage Union at the Hall of Pictures of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2004 – Katalin Korompay, head architect, Ybl Award winner, F.B.W.H., János Horváth, member of Parliament, patron, F.B.W.H., László Boquet, president, F.B.W.H.
The investor stopped its planned expansion of the spa hotel built in 1971 that is part of the view of the Danube World Heritage panorama after the F.B.W.H. won their case against the unlawful permit – the signing of the agreement at a press conference, 2006
Placement of a historic property plaque for the embankments built along the Danube in Pest and Buda between 1871 and 1875 on the occasion of its registration as a historic property initiated by the Foundation for Budapest World Heritage – on both side of the Danube. 2011
Dedication of the plaque – Prof. Dr. János Horváth, the honorary president of the F.B.W.H. and the cultural state secretary. 2011
Open-air Hungarian/English exhibition on the Danube Promenade in Pest on the construction of the embankment and the development of the World Heritage panorama, 2011
Conference on Budapest’s development in the Domed Hall of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the presentation of the professor of urbanism, the head architect of Budapest, the president of the Hungarian Real Estate Association, and the Budapest president of the National Association of Entrepreneurs and Employers, 2006
In honour of the 40th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention and several other Hungarian World Heritage anniversaries, the Foundation for Budapest World Heritage recommended that the year 2012 be named the Hungarian Year of World Heritage, which the Parliament unanimously approved in a resolution. At the opening conference of the year the Deputy Prime Minister, the Minister of Culture and the Minister of Foreign Affairs made speeches in the Reading Room of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2012
The F.B.W.H. held two conferences at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on the rehabilitation of the Matthias Church, crowning church in the Buda Castle – 2007 and 2014
Conference on Prime Minister Gyula Andrássy and on Andrássy Avenue in the Banquet Hall of the Opera House, 2014
Volunteers install the bilingual, open-air exhibition about Gyula Andrássy (prime minister of the Kingdom of Hungary, 1867–71) and about the Andrássy Avenue on the four sides of Oktogon Square, which is at the junction of Andrássy Avenue and the Grand Boulevard (both were his initiatives). / Spectators watch the exhibition.2014
The conference for the 30th anniversary of Budapest’s World Heritage inscription at the reconstructed Gothic hall of the former royal palace, held by the Foundation for Budapest World Heritage in conjunction with the Budapest History Museum – with the recital of two-time MIDEM award winning violinist Vilmos Szabadi. 2017