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Enter new dimensions at this amazing light exhibition inside Budapest Zoo's Biodome

Don't miss out on this new attraction; an array of light installations illuminating the Budapest Zoo's majestic glass structure.

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See the newly completed Gellért Campus of Corvinus University Budapest

Explore Corvinus University's new Gellért Campus – a hub of education, research, community, innovation, and sustainability.

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8 captivating exhibitions in Budapest for the spring

Get lost in the art of Van Gogh, discover 500 years of bridal traditions, and escape to Rome for a few hours in these exhibitions!

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A new mini sculpture popped up by Kolodko – Watch out for Winnie-the-Pooh

Only a couple of days after the figure of the lasagna-loving cat Garfield was spotted in town, another famous cartoon character got depicted in a mini sculpture by guerrilla artist Kolodko.

We have just reported that urban artist Mihajlo (or Mihály) Kolodko placed a mini sculpture of Garfield at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. And now, another cartoon celebrity popped up: the lovable bear who is 'short, fat, and proud of that'. The stories of Winnie-the-Pooh, written by English author A.A. Milne, have been translated into many languages, including Hungarian. In celebration of the birth anniversary of the Hungarian translator Frigyes Karinthy, Kolodko has created a mini sculpture of the adorable bear. Find it right outside of the birthplace of Karinthy: 1071 Budapest, 27 Damjanich utca.

See other hidden sculptures by the artist here.


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