Thursday, February 10, 2011

City walks, evening tour - Program guide

This Sunday, on 13 February the Angyalföld Collection of Local History closes its exhibition, which is on since last September, with an extended program. They also planned a number of free programs for the last day of the exhibition.
The most interesting one seems to be the walk which starts at half past two to visit the former building of the liqueur factory of Angyalföld. The walk is led by the former director of the factory Gerencsér Emil. Meeting at the corner of Váci út and Forgách utca.
At five o’clock, social historian Valuch Tibor, researcher of the Kádár era will give a lecture on how the Coca-Cola became a fetish of the West in the Hungary of the state socialism. Do you know the film Time has stopped? :) or do you have memories of your own on this period?
Those interested in material culture, history of industry and lifestyle and of paper antiquities can participate between six and ten in the night at an unusual guided tour. I can only guess what this means at a liqueur history-themed exibition, but I hope for the best anyway.

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