National Geographic : 1932 Jun
Photograph by Rudolf Balogh TIHANY ABBEY COMMANDS A IINE VIEW OP LAKE BALATON AND ITS ENCIRCLING HILLS Founded by King Andreas I nearly nine centuries ago, only the crypt now remains of the original structure. To this abbey came Charles IV, last of the country's Hapsburg rulers, when in 1921 he attempted a coup d'etat to regain the throne of Hungary. From here hewas sent into exile (see text, page 705). The representative sent by the Government to Tihany to demand his abdication was the same prelate who had crowned him only three years before.