Hungarian wildlife photographer’s fantastic exhibition opened at the Basilica
Posted by Mia Balogh · Mar 25, 2019

If you take a walk at St. Stephen’s Basilica in the upcoming days, it is really worth slowing down a little bit, and taking a look at Bence Máté’s photo exhibition at the square in front of the Basilica.

If you like animals, or love them – just like we do here – and enjoy all those great photos representing them, well, then we have an unmissable program for you: 600 photos by well-known Hungarian photographer Bence Máté are exhibited this month at the square in from of St. Stephen’s Basilica.

The young photographer has already received several prestigious international awards, including Wildlife Photographer of the Year and also the Wildlife Photographer of the Year, which is known as the Oscar price of the world of photographers. Bence Máté has published multiple books and his work has also been documented in a three-part film series.

After Budapest, the exhibition will be taken on tour to other Hungarian cities starting with Debrecen in early April.

So we still have a couple of days to check it out in Budapest, don’t miss it. ;)

Source:, MTI

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