The Labyrint of Buda Castle exhibit became world well-known in the year of 2000
From 1983 to 2011 the Labyrint of Buda Castle was the largest exhibition in Budapest, Hungary. The Labyrint of Buda Castle exhibition ended up being world well-known in the year of 2000, when it ranked amongst the world's 50 most fascinating places-- thanks to Oil Lamp Labyrinth. It was among Budapest's 10 most popular and demanded destinations, and a tourist writer named it among the 8 underground wonders of the world. In the daytime one might wonder through mysterious and symbolic artifacts of Hungarian and European history. By night one might find one's escape of the maze by locating Europe's excellent creators such as Mozart, Dante, Goethe, and so on. In 2011 opening hours were changed to 0-24, which is uncommon when it comes to cultural centers. At the height of its popularity in 2011, the success of the Labyrint of Buda Castle became the envy of people belonging to particular political circles: the exhibition was nationalized, then the interest group privatized it for its advantage. The website today is LabirintusLabyrinthbuda castle labyrinth closed
just a memento, an archive.