DUNDU rolling on the streets of Budapest to the Caprice Diamond Palace!

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DUNDU, the giant illuminated puppet, a size of 5 meter was the special guest of the evening at the

Caprice Diamond Palace! 

The DUNDU name  meaning “friendly”  comes from the German Du und Du expression, which stands for You and You. DUNDU was strolling down from  one of Budapest’s  most spectacular boulevard called Andrássy and led its way into the heart of Budapest to reach its final appearance awaiting for its  arrival to the newly open

Caprice Diamond Palace – the Diamondville in Budapest!

The 5 member team have managed to make a mechanical mannequin which combines enormous size and imposing  appearance with natural charm and grace, well indeed, that was  DUNDU this evening in Budapest. DUNDU was also escorted on the way by Timea Vajna – co-owner of the Caprice Diamond Palace.

Many people locals and foreigners just couldn’t stand still and taken photos of the walking DUNDU. The rolling DUNDU has  created a quite unique atmosphere and  the audience sitting outside restaurants and bars, threw away the fork and knife just to grab the camera, truly captivated his audience.  This performance really showed  a whole new dimension of Puppet Theater.  The 5 member team have managed to make a mechanical mannequin which combines enormous size and imposing  appearance with natural charm and grace, well indeed, that was  DUNDU  this evening in Budapest. The puppet players steered and handled the puppet simultaneously to  make you believe he is a live man!

The glittering diamonds in the evening light very soon attracted the attention of the folks passing by. as well.

Most probably not on my own by saying the Caprice Dimond Palace really stands for its name in capital letters PALACE!

More to the officially opening update on the palace soon follows. Until then take a look at DUNDU rolling on the Streets of Budapest.

 Update by Aggie Reiter

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