But the fact that in the city - without our travel guide talking about it - we encounter one of those beautiful organic buildings by the renowned architect Imre Makovecz (see here and here), compensates nicely for that portion of politically correct nonsense. Imre Makovecz, after all, criticized communism as well as unrestrained capitalism with his architectural style, so he knew that the enemy of an enemy is not a friend and that, therefore, enemies will not suddenly become friends, even after so many hundred years. Anyone who thinks so should wonder whether a statue of Adolf Hitler will ever be erected at the former Stalingrad, even if Stalin was just as big a bastard. Well, enough about that, but if you come close to Szigetvár and you are interested in architecture, be sure to visit the cultural center there. You can also enter it freely during opening hours. We spent at least half an hour there, also with the exhibition of graphic work that was running at that time.
Croatian Diary - August 12: Siklós - Szigetvár (Magyarország/Hungary) - part 3
by Björn Roose May. 07, 2020 350 views
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