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Paul Street Boys monument

Prater utca 11, Budapest 1083, Hungary
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as it is described by Ferenc Molnar.

just popped up from the book, I knew that they were alive, they belonged to these streets... I met... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Istanbul, Turkey
Both literary and youth memories

This group of sculptures shows an important episode at the beginning of the novel. The moment when... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
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23 May 2017
“as it is described by Ferenc Molnar.”
4 Apr 2017
“Both literary and youth memories”
Prater utca 11, Budapest 1083, Hungary
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

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

1  Thank cnkyldrm
Reviewed 4 April 2017

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

Thank vegancannibal
Reviewed 21 August 2016 via mobile

Found this by accident while skating around. Nothing overly exciting but a good glimpse at what things used to be like before YouTube and iPads.

2  Thank Ravejet
Reviewed 16 May 2016

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

5  Thank Nevzat Evrim Ö
Reviewed 6 April 2016

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

1  Thank berver65
Reviewed 16 February 2016

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.

1  Thank Linda K
Reviewed 14 January 2016

I have read the book of the "boys of pal street" , so where is the group of statues is not far from the road named after them, well kept, near Corvin metro station and commercial center. This corner is kept as in the old...More

Thank EnricoCE
Reviewed 4 October 2015

This is a collection of bronze statues tucked out of the way. I learned that it is a depiction of an old Hungarian story. I wished that I knew it better when I first saw it. It is between the Corvin Shopping Centre and the...More

Thank David I
Reviewed 4 September 2015

I read that book in Finish language in late 50, my father give it to me. I loved it. I*going back to Budapest and watch these places again.

1  Thank jskane2015
Reviewed 26 August 2015

Unless you grew up in Hungary and read this childhood classic, it is very difficult to appreciate and understand the significance of this attraction. But if you read the book (I don't think it has been translated into any other languages) it is an absolute...More

4  Thank Traveltheorient
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