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Avars Revived Exhibition, Hungarian National Museum
Now on until 7 May. Peoples migrating over enormous geographical distances, the rise of new religious ideologies, the transformation of political and social systems – early medieval Europe is not nearly as far from our present days, as we may think. This is what brought the European Union project entitled Connecting Early Medieval Collections (CEMEC) to life. more »
Video: Easter Monday Traditions In Hungary
Easter Monday, Wet Monday, or “Dousing Monday”, the second day of Easter is a day of youth and joy for life. more »
Shadow On Stone: ’The Art Of Lili Ország’, National Gallery
Continuing the series featuring prominent Hungarian artists, an œuvre exhibition of Lili Ország (1926–1978), a prominent figure of modern Hungarian painting, is held at the Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest. The show, comprising more than 300 works, will have two curiosities. more »

Easter At Hungarian State Opera


Easter At Hungarian State Opera
Performances at the Hungarian State Opera and Erkel Theatre are dedicated to the Easter celebrations with works by Bach, Mascagni and Wagner. more »

Video: 'Easter Customs' In Hungary


Video: 'Easter Customs' In Hungary
"Through the greenwood going / I saw a blue violet growing / I saw it start to wither / Can I water this flower?"
Small boys learn this rhyme when they are still in the kindergarten, and they sing it to girls on Easter Monday, and then promptly 'sprinkle' them — without waiting for an answer to the poem. Many young men, and even older ones, do the same, though the range of verses at their disposal is rather wider, sometimes more sophisticated, and occasionally more spicy. more »

’March Of The Living’ In Budapest, 16 April


’March Of The Living’ In Budapest, 16 April
This annual march commemorating victims of the Holocaust starts at 2.30pm, and includes a gathering at the “Shoes on the riverbank” memorial honouring the memory of Holocaust victims killed on the banks of the Danube, and a march to Clark Ádám Square. more »



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