Dance


Budapest, this dirty old swindler always surprises you when you would not expect it. In this gloomy and deserted Wednesday afternoon, when whoever does not go about his work is surely sitting somewhere and watching the Danish-Portuguese from Lwów, at the Vörösmarty Square suddenly shine on the colorful dancers like a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Turks, Azerbaijanis, Gypsies from Anatolia, Romanians from the Ukrainian Bukovina.


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The surprise can be increased. In the last picture you can see the same couple performing Aşuk Maşuk, the “dance of the dwarfs” in Budapest who also feature in the fantastic film The lost songs of Anatolia. Soon I write about it, and then I will add their two minutes from the film. And now I add the video I myself made of them in this afternoon.



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