Budapest???3tmk said:I guess Prague or Budapest were spared, or at least partially
Indeed. Lviv was very lucky to make it through without any major damage. It was a key region to control, but it fell pretty easily and avoided much destruction. That's why so many people believe that Lviv is almost frozen in time, because most of the buildings are the originals from centuries ago, and the whole atmosphere of the city was preserved.Pavlo said:Lviv was spared in terms of damage.
Most cities in Panonnia didn't suffer heavy physical destruction in WWII even though there was a lot of fighting near Osijek between the retreating Wehrmacht and the Red Army. When the Danube was at record low levels last summer all kinds of military equipment from WWII was being found.NEWWORLD said:I really don't know anything about Novi Sad, Subotica, Osjek during WWII, were they damaged? Does anybody know?