Perched on top of Buda Castle, the fisherman alley tower looks like an Ottoman tower. A building that is part of another smaller castle itself; it gives a magnificent view of the Danube and the city. On a clear day you can also see the fields and hills far beyond the city.
The tower seems to be sending a signal to the vastness in front of it. It is a message beyond the reaches of the five senses, yet inferior to a fairy tale. It longs for an answer; a longing that has transpired centuries. But the tower does not know that it is too early for the message to come and that it would only arrive on the Day of Judgement.