Visací zámek - Info

Pomník Visacího Zámku

Pokud byste hledali pomník Visacího Zámku, musíte vyrazit do Budapešti na náměstí Erszébet Tér. Tam najdete mříž s několika stovkami visacích zámků. Vemte sebou jednu FABku a připněte ji na mříž, místo tam ještě je. No co jinýho by to mělo být, když ne pomník.

Ozval se mi kámoš a dávnej fanoušek Visáčů Bednias, že zjistil od známý z Maďarska informace k tomuto dílu. Když to shrnu, tak se jedná o dílo, kde si dávaj milenci rande a zámkama uzamykají svoji nekonečnou lásku. Stejně tak tím symbolizují svoji nekonečnou oddanost Visacímu Zámku.

Bednias:

Hello Eszter,

I have a question on a padlock monument located on the Erzsébet tér in Budapest. Do you know some details on it? Who is its author? What does it symbolized? Is any information somewhere on the web?

The link below comes from a page of a band which is called padlock in Czech, but the webmaster who is a friend of mine does not have any further information on this monument.

http://www.visaci.cz/info/pomnik-visaciho-zamku

Thank you in advance
Ales

Eszter:

Hello Ales,

I have never heard about it, but I googled for it in the hungarian sites, and I have found the followings.

A big hungarian firm which arranges rendezvous on the net, planted a tree on Erzsebet place and asked couples who found each other and love with the help of the internet to place a padlock on the fence around the tree. It symbolizes the eternal love for each other. So the tree called the tree of love.

It 'exists' since October 2008, and now any couple who would like to show their (eternal) love can place a padlock there. There are a lot of lonely people in Hungary and this initiation somehow wants to show that love exists and eternal. And in the background it is a good advertisement.

In the past the place of the first rendezvous or the place where the lovers met was a park. They would like to bring back this tradition.

I hope I could help with it. If You want, I try to find some english article about it.

BR,
Eszter

Bednias:

Hello Eszter,

many thanks for the information. I am forwarding it to the www.visaci.cz webmaster. I bet that some padlocks come not from lovers as was intended, but from the Visaci zamek (padlock) band lovers. It is also an eternal love.

Thanks again.
Ales

Edas

Pomník VZ, Erszebed Tér, Budapešť


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