Stephen Sholl is a junior fellow in the Hungary Foundation and Mathias Corvinus Collegium’s Budapest Fellowship Program, hosted by Hungary’s Committee of National Remembrance, an independent research institution established by the Hungarian Parliament in 2013.
The experiment of beautifying Budapest, and the subsequent lessons learned from it, can and should be applied to the rest of the Western world.
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