Watch: How Budapest’s Circus Artists Survived Pandemic

  • 17 Jun 2021 12:31 PM
Watch: How Budapest’s Circus Artists Survived Pandemic
Budapest’s long tradition of circus arts was at risk of disappearing as stages were shut for almost a year and a half because of the pandemic.

But the circus family came together to survive, and now performers can finally woo the crowds again.

Click here to virtually visit Budapest Circus

MTI Photo: Zsolt Szigetváry

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