37 square meters

It’s hard to find vivid, contemporary street sculptures in Pécs, but we are quite confident that 37 square metres in Uránváros is the best of them. It has the size of flats built for the working class in communist Hungary in the 1950s and reflects to the works of the Pécs-born op-art master Victor Vasarely. Airport, horse racing track, shooting range. None of these can be found today in Uránváros (that translates to Uranium city) since all of them had to be knocked down to build a whole new district for the masses. From the 1940s on, the mining industry […]

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