Gréta Süveges holds a BA from ELTE University in Budapest and has finished her MA studies in Jerusalem. Her main interest is in literature, art and cultural history, especially in the context of politics and ideology. She has lived and studied in many cities, including Budapest, Berlin, Saint Petersburg, Tel Aviv, and Jerusalem, and is deeply interested in discovering the urban-cultural context of cities. Gréta writes articles and reviews about museums, memory policy, architecture and urban experience, which are most often published in magazines with a focus on culture and museology. She is involved in teaching and various research projects at ELTE University in Budapest related to art, the influence of collective memory and politics on art and museums. Currently she works as a researcher at an architecture studio and starts her studies in urban sociology at the Central European University, Budapest.
Daniel graduated in social sciences and afterwards studied community and social development studies, both at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. He works as a freelance news producer and researcher for various foreign media outlets covering Hungary, specialised in current political affairs and civil society.
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St. Stephen's Basilica, Inner Parish Church, and Parliament exterior
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