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Home arrow News arrow Humorous News arrow World News arrow Budapest invites actress Charlize Theron to visit after she mistakenly places city in Turkey
Budapest invites actress Charlize Theron to visit after she mistakenly places city in Turkey PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 04 February 2008
BUDAPEST, Hungary: Budapest has invited Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron for an all-expenses-paid visit, after she reportedly placed the Hungarian capital in Turkey.

Turkey's capital is Ankara.

Theron had visited Turkey's largest city, Istanbul, for its International Film Festival.

But in comments reported by the British tabloid The Daily Mail, Theron erred and said she had enjoyed her stay in Turkey and its capital, Budapest.

"We went to Turkey. When we got over there, we rented a car and we drove all the way to Budapest. By the time we got to Budapest it was like the Cannes Film Festival, I'd never seen anything like it," Theron was quoted by The Daily Mail as saying.

Theron also talked about buying Turkish carpets and visiting a Turkish bazaar in Budapest, the tabloid reported.

Budapest's Deputy Mayor Imre Ikvai-Szabo invited Theron to spend a long weekend in the city and to see its attractions, including some of Turkish origin.

"We are happy if someone speaks of her experiences remembered to be in Budapest, even if they are from somewhere else," the deputy mayor said in the invitation letter sent to the South African actress. "But we would be even happier if next time you could talk about the city based on your own true observations."

Between 1526 and 1686, Budapest and large parts of Hungary were occupied by the Turks, and many Turkish cultural sights remain including bath houses and tombs.

Hungary and Turkey are separated, however, by at least 800 kilometers (500 miles) and the Eastern European countries of Bulgaria and Romania.

 

 
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