On 10 September 1989, the Hungarian government opened its borders to allow East Germans access to West Germany. It was the start of a chain reaction which culminated in the collapse of the Berlin Wall. In 1989 all Hungarian architects worked for the state, with inward investment an ideological no-no. ...

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