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Hungary Signs 3-Year Education Exchange With Israel
Hungary’s state secretary for higher education has signed a three-year education exchange programme with the Israeli education ministry. The programme running until 2019 will give increased focus to education on the Holocaust in Hungary, László Palkovics told MTI on Sunday. more »
‘The Island Of Freedom’ Exhibition, Debrecen, Now On Until 6 November
The first exhibition of the collection of the Ferenczy Museum Center outside Szentendre – with the selection of nearly 250 works on how here – provides a specific insight into the past over one hundred years of Hungarian fine art, from naturalism to public art. more »
Govt Aims To Boost Share Of Foreign Students Studying In Hungary
The government is aiming to increase the number of Hungarian university students studying abroad as well as the proportion of international students studying in Hungarian higher education institutions, the state secretary for education said. At present, the proportion of international students studying at Hungarian universities and colleges is 9%, László Palkovics said at the International Alumni Meeting conference in Budapest. more »

US Embassy Hosts Jazz Concert To Mark 1956 Anniversary


US Embassy Hosts Jazz Concert To Mark 1956 Anniversary
The US embassy in Budapest hosted a jazz concert organised in cooperation with internet portal JazzMa on Thursday evening to mark the anniversary of Hungary’s failed anti- Soviet uprising in 1956. The concert paid tribute to Hungarian jazz musicians Gábor Szabó, Attila Garai, Iván Zágon, Sándor Dobsa and others, who had made an unauthorised recording in the summer of 1956 with help of US consul-general at the time Ernest Nagy. more »

Fungarian: Why Is Halloween Strange For Hungarians?


Fungarian: Why Is Halloween Strange For Hungarians?
November 1st is national holiday. According to the Catholic calendar, it’s All Saints’ Day – but Hungarians call it Day of the Dead (Halottak napja), when traditionally it’s a family obligation to tend the graves of their closest relatives. Lit by thousands of candles, the cemeteries are a melancholic and beautiful sight on this day. The most common flower of the season people put on the graves are chrysanthemums, ŐSZIRÓZSA (li. ’autumn rose’) in Hungarian. more »

Public Holiday In Hungary On 1 November - All Saints' Day


Public Holiday In Hungary On 1 November - All Saints' Day
All Saints' Day is a celebration of all Christian saints, particularly those who have no special feast days of their own, in many Roman Catholic, Anglican and Protestant churches. In many western churches it is annually held November 1. It is also known as All Hallows Tide, All-Hallomas, or All Hallows' Day. more »



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