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Három Holló hosts lecture on Reykjavik architecture

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Icelandic architect Hildur Steinþórsdóttir holds a lecture on the architecture of her hometown, Reykjavik from a personal perspective, presenting some of her favorite buildings, in Három Holló/Drei Raben on March 13, from 6 p.m. the Facebook site of the event reported.

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Steinþórsdóttir will be giving an overview of the development and structure of the Icelandic capital, which is a relatively young city being shaped to this very day. In 1918, when Iceland became a sovereign and independent country, Reykjavík was just a tiny village, but it has seen major changes since.

The lecture will be held in English. Tickets to the event cost HUF 1,200 online here. 

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