The village of Bódvalenke located in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county is one of the most marginalised region of the Hungary. This village has been turned into a touristic sight by a group of activists and Roma painters because they painted the walls of the houses with giants pictures. Hungarian and foreign gipsies applied to paint on the facades of the houses. By the year 2011, 20 monumental work have been finished as a team-work of 10 artists. These are common artwork and sights all at once.
Only the original language version is authentic and it prevails in the event of its differing from the translated versions.
||General view of the entrance of Bódvalenke village
||Close up on a mural on the house's wall
||Various shots of a mural painting (3 shots)
||Various shots of the streets of the village (2 shots)
||View of László ANDOR, Member of the EC in charge of Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, visiting the Fresco Village of Bódvalenke
||Close-up on the mural
||Various shots of the village's square and close-up of Romas people gathered to celebrate the Romani Day (16 shots)
||View of another mural in the village (2 shots)
||General shot of a street of the village
||Various shots of a Roma carrying the roma flag (2 shots)
||View of a new mural (2 shots)
||Various shots of the celebration of the Romani day. View of Roma girls singing on the stage (5 shots)
||Close-up on the Roma flag
||Various shot of different murals in the village (5 shots)