Opposite the Parliament is Budapest Ethnographic Museum. Here you are met by powerful staircases, classic pillars of multicolored marble, gilt decoration and a mighty frescopainting the ceiling.
The permanent exhibition called “Hungarian Traditional Culture“. Here you can see how the Hungarians life was from the late 1700s until the First World War. You get to see folk art , traditional costumes and be introduced to life in the village and in the city. Comments
Johan really enjoys life, especially in the summertime. After graduating from College of Kristianstad in Sweden with two degrees, one in psychology and one in communication he started to work in a prison, spending the most of his time talking to people. Meanwhile, at evenings and weekends. spending his time producing different sites, mostly targeting travelling. In his spare time, you may find him travelling, studying, scuba diving or snorkelling, going to concerts, trying out new ideas or just sleeping. And also watching a lot of TV-shows or shooting low-budget movies..