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'Celtic Woman' Concert Budapest Arena, 10 November
Celtic Woman - The Global Music Phenomenon with 4 million Concert Tickets sold in 23 countries across 6 continents, 10 million CD / DVD sales, Platinum in 9 Countries, 10 Chart Topping Albums and Billboard’s No 1 World Music Artist Seven Times more »
Updated Invitation: Xpat Charity Party, Marriott Ballroom, On Sunday 5 November
You’re cordially invited to this annual Xpat extravaganza - on Sunday 5 November from 6 pm. - which brings together the international community, including several VIP's, to support Hungarian children in need.

* Remember, remember, the 5th of November: Guests get a free Day Pass (worth 6000 ft) for a premier Health & Fitness Club *

250+ guests have already registered to enjoy a fine selection of food & drinks, special entertainment, the free raffle, and a live auction conducted by the British Ambassador. As always there'll be a virtual bonfire & fireworks, and a few nice surprises, which all add up to make this a worthwhile social networking event. more »
Public Holiday In Hungary On 1 November - All Saints' Day - Shops Closed
On this National Holiday, also known locally as 'the day of the dead' (halottak napja), all main shops and public offices will be closed. Traditionally, instead of celebrating 'Halloween', Hungarians head to the cemeteries for All Soul's Day. It is also known as All Hallows Tide, All-Hallomas, or All Hallows' Day. more »

'Berlin Calling' Book Presentation In Budapest, 2 November


'Berlin Calling' Book Presentation In Budapest, 2 November
Event Moderator Adam LeBor. "Hockenos's insightful book captures the history of [Berlin’s] subculture... detailing them with sympathy and an analytic eye... Hockenos illustrates this work with photos and posters that stimulate the mind and delight the eye. "- Library Journal more »

Hungary, China Sign Interstate Deal To Keep Chinese University In Budapest


Hungary, China Sign Interstate Deal To Keep Chinese University In Budapest
Hungary and China on Monday signed an interstate agreement to ensure the continued operations of the Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine in Budapest under Hungary’s amended higher education law. Speaking at a press conference after the signing ceremony, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said cooperation between Hungary and China was “better than ever” with education being one of the most important pillars of the two countries’ relations. more »

Entire Seuso Treasure On Display In Székesfehérvár


Entire Seuso Treasure On Display In Székesfehérvár
An exhibition of the entire Seuso treasure trove has opened at the Szent István Király Museum in Székesfehérvár, the first stop of a travelling exhibition to the Hungarian countryside. more »



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