A popular way to learn about Budapest’s Muslim community – amid a strident anti-immigrant campaign by the government – is to walk.
Budapest-based tour operator Setamuhely (Budapest Walkshop) runs 30 different walks taking visitors around the city’s architectural and cultural sites and the Jewish and Muslim communities.
“I can say that this walk, ‘Muslims who live among us’, is the most popular tour,” Anna Lenard, who runs the business,” told the Reuters news agency.
“Most people have ne...
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