A Mural of The Paul Street Boys Appeared at a London Playground
Fanni Kaszás 2018.10.04.
A Hungarian favorite appeared on the wall of a London playground this week when the Hungarian Cultural Center presented the first-ever Hungarian street art project: a mural of the male protagonists from Ferenc Molnár’s novel Pál utcai fiúk (Paul Street Boys).
The project depicts Boka, Csónakos and Nemecsek on a 50 square meter wall in a London playground, and its aim is to boost the popularity of the Paul Street Boys – one of the most translated Hungarian novels of all time – in the United Kingdom.
The mural can be found at Alf Barrett Playground, 32 Old Gloucester St, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3AD.