European Pantheon & European People
After non-stop shops and petrol stations, the Labyrinth of Buda Castle was the first cultural venue to introduce 24/7 opening: from 7 March 2011, tourists could visit the place night and day.
The EU Presidency was held in the first half of 2011 by Hungary. The Labyrinth of Buda Castle, including the practice of nonstop opening, the program Wandering with the Great Ones of Europe and the Modern Pantheon, intended to quietly point to the fact that the Union and Europe as a whole are not just a geographic form or a huge market but a continental historical destiny and culture whose expressive silence is becoming less and less noticeable in the federation's hustle and bustle.
After the closure of the Labyrinth of Buda Castle, the project was transformed. The venue changed form a cellar system to three freight wagons, and metropolitan public spaces came to the fore, and on the other hand, the selection of the earlier program ‘Wandering with the Great Ones of Europe' has grown beyond Hungary as it was introduced on community sites.