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People visit the open-air permanent art exhibit in Budapest, where... News PhotoBudapest,Exhibition,Hungary,Outdoors,People,Politics,Rebellion,Sculpture,VisitPhotographer Collection: AFP BUDAPEST, HUNGARY - JULY 1: People visit the open-air permanent art exhibit in Budapest, where the bust of BTla Kun (foreground), a sculpture featuring the 1919 'Commune' uprising (R-background) and the sculpture of left-wing Social Democratic leader Arpad Szakasits, are on display, end of July 1993. The show served as a memento of a 45-year period, presenting the monuments connected with the former communist era. BTla Kun (1886-1939), Hungarian communist leader, joined Russian Bolsheviks in 1916 and set up in 1919 in Hungary a Soviet republic that lasted 5 months. After his regime was overthrown, Kun returned to Russia and was killed in one of the Stalinist purges in the late 1930's. (Photo credit should read A.GALAMBOS/AFP/Getty Images)