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These theatres alone should earn Budapest a spot on your bucket list

No European road trip would be complete without stopping by the Hungarian capital.

It’s no secret that we show Budapest a lot of love here on this site. From its quaint interiors to its eerie fog-filled streets, it just seems to be the perfect city to photograph, allowing no dull moment for the creative eye.

So again, we’re happy to introduce another hometown hero behind the lens: Zsolt Hlinka, a seasoned professional with the heart of a young artist.

He enjoys capturing symmetry, haunting facades, cityscapes, and more. His attention to detail is a refined talent, but he wields it unpretentiously, constantly seeking to tell stories and “collect moments” as he writes in his Behance page.

His latest project Auditorium takes us into Budapest’s storied theaters – testaments of the survival, no, persistence of old-world architectural glory in modern times.

Auditorium – Opera 2017

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Auditorium – Thália

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Auditorium series 2017 – Vígszínház

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Auditorium 2017 – Új színház

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For more of Zsolt Hlinka’s work, check out his website, or follow him on Facebook and Instagram.

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Filipino writer who calls the road home, eager to tell the stories of the world—from sea to summit, small towns to big cities, cultures old and new. Enjoys drinking IPAs while watching his favorite sports teams lose. Minimalist.

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