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This monument is great for anyone that has read the book or seen the movie.
I've seen the movie and really loved this place, because it took me back to my chilhood in 10 seconds straight...
I also think that the statues are very good,...More
I am a big fan of the "Paul Street Boys" book , as it defined a big part of my childhood, so this was a very special day for me. I visited the original "Grund" on the corner of the Mária and Pál street where...More
just popped up from the book, I knew that they were alive, they belonged to these streets... I met them, and my son, he is the happiest child as he just finished to read (twice!) the book a week before. He could name each one...More
This group of sculptures shows an important episode at the beginning of the novel. The moment when the unfortunate Nemecsek, who hasn't yet proved to be courageous but is still a victim of bulling, is robbed of his marble playballs he was playing with by...More
I have read Paul Street Boys when I was at 6th grade. It was a really moving experience to re-read the book while walking the streets the boys played on. The monument, a little hard to find, is the treasure to top it all. I...More
These statues seem to be living. That's why they should be appreciated by everyone. Unfortunately, they are rather far away from the city center. That's why you could combine the visit with the holocaust museum (very close) and on the way back to the center,...More
After finding the statues, I now want to read the book - but, alas, it is not available on my Kindle! I will continue looking for the book to hopefully gain a better understanding of the Hungarian people.