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Angie in Ivan Szkok's (http://szkokivan.hu) studio spontaneously :) on our latest art-nouveau tour.

Angie in Ivan Szkok's (http://szkokivan.hu) studio spontaneously :) on our latest art-nouveau tour.

We knocked on Ivan Szkok's (http://szkokivan.hu) door and he opened it and kindly invited us in with Angie. His wife was also at home :) Our latest art-nouveau tour was spontaneous but so much full of luck :)

We knocked on Ivan Szkok's (http://szkokivan.hu) door and he opened it and kindly invited us in with Angie. His wife was also at home :) Our latest art-nouveau tour was spontaneous but so much full of luck :)

From San Diego where one day I must go! | curiocitybudapest

From San Diego where one day I must go! | curiocitybudapest

sp-arqtec: “ calle Padua 75, Barcelona. Año 1903. Fotos David Cardelús ”

sp-arqtec: “ calle Padua 75, Barcelona. Año 1903. Fotos David Cardelús ”

A wonderful day with Vivien, Eva&Dan! We had done a mix of the Palace District and Jewish Quarter.. #palacedistrict #budapest…

A wonderful day with Vivien, Eva&Dan! We had done a mix of the Palace District and Jewish Quarter.. #palacedistrict #budapest…

Monica and John, on 26th of July :)

Monica and John, on 26th of July :)

Sixty-six years ago, on February 13, 1945 the more than three months long siege of Budapest came to an end. When journalist Zoltán Horváth a few days later arrived to the city and asked the Soviet soldier checking his papers about the conditions in Budapest, he answered “it is worse than Stalingrad”. And indeed, the siege of Budapest which, along with Stalingrad, Warsaw and Berlin, was among the bloodiest and most devastating ones during the Second World War, is sometimes referred to in…

Sixty-six years ago, on February 13, 1945 the more than three months long siege of Budapest came to an end. When journalist Zoltán Horváth a few days later arrived to the city and asked the Soviet soldier checking his papers about the conditions in Budapest, he answered “it is worse than Stalingrad”. And indeed, the siege of Budapest which, along with Stalingrad, Warsaw and Berlin, was among the bloodiest and most devastating ones during the Second World War, is sometimes referred to in…