we've kinda gotten over the idea of Commie-Camp, that the icons and detritus of the Communist Era are "fun", but it's all undeniably a part of history, worth preserving, just not reverence, if you see how I mean . . . so this park where the Magyars have parked statues of Soviet Era "art" is a well-executed good idea, even if they're apparently suffering from some budgetary constraints . . . in spring, when the bushes, grass, and trees fill in, it might not look so bedraggled . . .
I tho't Russian Debutante's Handbook was about Prague, but lookit: Stalin's boots here in Budapest . . .