“Autumn in the Krúdy Quarter” – Óbudai Társaskör „The Budensis social circle” 2015.

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Reaching the Season of Autumn, the September’s programs closing the events at Óbuda (Budensis) was connected to the harvest and fine wines namely: “Autumn in the Krúdy Quarter” at the Óbudai Társaskör „The Budensis social circle”, District, III., 7. Kiskorona street – Budapest, on September, 26.2015. Was an evening of mingles with literature, music and wine tasting programs. Within the program was featuring, literary wine tasting with Tamás Dúzsi – winemaker of the year 2014, Csaba Zöld – actor, Attila Dóka – guitar and Donát Tépő – verse sound performance. The evening’s artistic director was Attila Zoltán Szabó – writer, poet – editor in chief of the Nyugat Plus (West Plus). This and other gatherings are in Hungarian language.

About the venue … the Óbudai Társaskör „The Budensis social circle”, is located in the old center of Óbuda near the neighborhood of the Royal Palace. The area’s  surrounding holds buildings dating back to the turn of the century and many have had been restored to its original appeal. The Óbudai Társaskör has partnered with the Museum of Hungarian Trade and Tourism, Kéhli and Mókus Restaurant. Mária Harsányi – director’s words: „Culture and gastronomy, our goal is to serve as an authentic venue for Krúdy programs since Gyula Krúdy (novelist Gyula Krúdy born 135 and died 80 years ago) lived in the building that is now the Museum and frequented Kéhli Restaurant and the coffee shop which was part of the building that is now the veneue of the Óbudai Társaskör „The Budensis social circle”.

Update and snaps Aggie Reiter

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