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Personal Labyrinth Personal Labyrinth The invisible labyrinth is the scene of seeking ways and means by oneself. Read more »
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Wandering with József, Attila Wandering with József, Attila Being aware of the entirety of existence and behind the bars of powerlessness. Read more »
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Wandering with Chopin Wandering with Chopin On the road of the struggle - rising behind the stormy falls of notes
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Wandering with Liszt Wandering with Liszt In Hungary’s Liszt Year, the Labyrinth of Buda Castle commemorates the greatest Hungarian musician genius of romanticism. Read more »
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Wandering with Beethoven Wandering with Beethoven At the path of sounds by the last classicist and at the same time the first romanticist master. Read more »
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Wandering with Mozart Wandering with Mozart Composing music through the dice play of chance: listen to an unrepeatable Mozart ‘symphony’ while roaming your own route. Read more »
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Wandering with Shakespeare Wandering with Shakespeare His words open up confounding and dazzling infinity for the wanderers.
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Wandering with Nietzsche Wandering with Nietzsche Nietzsche invites you to ecstatic wanderings.
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Wandering with Pilinszky Wandering with Pilinszky We can feel very lonely while wandering the labyrinth of facts and getting lost as the world ‘flees’ from us.
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Wandering with Plato Wandering with Plato Plato opens up the passages between the changing and the unchanged world for you. Read more »
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Wandering with Augustine of Hippo Wandering with Augustine of Hippo The inner conflicts of Augustine reveal the paths of belief in God and knowledge.
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Wandering with Heraclitus Wandering with Heraclitus Heraclitus is laying road marks just to make you get lost in the invisible order.
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Wandering with Pascal Wandering with Pascal Pascal offers the Labyrinth thread to those got into the infinite cosmos.
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Wandering with Ady Wandering with Ady The creator of modern Hungarian poetry, examining the question ‘who am I’. Read more »
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Wandering with Bach Wandering with Bach The last master of Baroque music is now guiding us gently in our night labyrinth walk. Read more »
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Wandering with Dante Wandering with Dante A mystic wandering that provides a glimpse of Hell, Purgatory and…
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Wandering with Hölderlin Wandering with Hölderlin Nature and Gods – perceptions that might never reveal themselves again. Read more »
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Wandering with Goethe Wandering with Goethe The constant quest of the harmony of Entirety created by art.
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Wandering with Coleridge Wandering with Coleridge The romanticist English poet is taking us to mysterious worlds. Read more »
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Wandering with Shelley Wandering with Shelley Shelley is dragging his followers towards a new golden age in the ecstasy of devoted desire for freedom. Read more »
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Wandering with Dostoyevsky Wandering with Dostoyevsky He who rambles through his own dark labyrinth can find his life’s…
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Wandering with Rimbaud Wandering with Rimbaud The prophetic poems of the ‘infant Shakespeare’ dip into the world of deeper intuitions and associations.
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Wandering with Vivaldi Wandering with Vivaldi We are guided in the labyrinth of music by his less known tones of music.
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Wandering with Kafka Wandering with Kafka Kafka is searching for the way out of the inner labyrinth of ancient anxiety, hopelessly.
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Wandering with Rilke Wandering with Rilke On the footpaths of anxious fears, aimlessness and being a stranger that are hard to walk on.
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Wandering with Sophocles Wandering with Sophocles On the paths of ancient fears and passions and considerations – just like the Gods. Read more »
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Wandering wit Baudelaire Wandering wit Baudelaire On the rarely beaten paths of death and melancholy with the creator of modern European poetry.
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Wandering with Heidegger Wandering with Heidegger Heidegger implies the closeness of invisible and remote things.
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