Is there a rout in Pest more characteristic than the Great Boulevard? Is there a tram in Pest more characteristic then No. 6? This volume guides you along the most prominent tramline of Budapest, from Moscow Square to Móricz Zsigmond Circus, along the Great Boulevard, built at the end of the 19th century, exploring its environs. Revealed here are its Parisian-like beauties, the intention being to present with affection and amazement the significant features, atmosphere and residents of this metropolitan boulevard beyond the unfortunate dilapidation of its buildings.
WALKS ALONG THE GREAT BOULEVARD
Photographs by Gábor Kapolka
Prologue by Iván Bacher
Written and edited by Lajos Csordás
English translation by Katalin Rácz
Design by Móni Kaszta
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|MAZSIHISZ Magyar Zsidó Múzeum – alapítva: 1990.|