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Count Gyula Andrássy’s Statue Inaugurated In Kossuth Square
House Speaker László Kövér inaugurated a mounted statue of Count Gyula Andrássy, Hungary’s prime minister between 1867 and 1871, in front of Parliament in Kossuth Square. The reconstructed Andrássy statue will return to its original place in its former glory, he said, noting that its inauguration completes the process of restoring the pre-1944 look of the Square. more »
State Medal Auction Yields 500 Pairs Of Shoes For Impoverished Children
Sixteen Hungarian state medals were auctioned off Monday evening for a total of HUF 2.5 million (USD 9,300). The medals were donated to the Protective Charitative Association (Oltalom Karitatív Egyesület) for auction by various Hungarian notables after the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary was bestowed on Fidesz publicist Zsolt Bayer, an outspoken antisemite. The auction proceeds will be used to purchase 500 pairs of shows for the children of poor families. more »
Hungarian Sculptor To Design Atlanta Falcon’s Stadium Statue
Hungarian sculptor Gábor Miklós Szőke has been commissioned by Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) on behalf of U.S. NFL team Atlanta Falcons to design and produce a statue depicting the team’s mascot, according to a press release issued. more »

Hungarian Author Sándor Csoóri Dies Aged 86


Hungarian Author Sándor Csoóri Dies Aged 86
Hungarian writer, poet and politician Sándor Csoóri has died at the age of 86 after a long illness, the Government Information Office told MTI. Born in Zámoly in central Hungary on February 3, 1930, Csoóri was a fiction writer and poet, as well as an essayist and screenwriter. more »

Tomoki Sakata Wins Ferenc Liszt Piano Competition In Budapest


Tomoki Sakata Wins Ferenc Liszt Piano Competition In Budapest
Japan’s Tomoki Sakata won the 14th Ferenc Liszt International Piano Competition at the Budapest Academy of Music. Russian pianist Sergei Beliavsky won the second prize and the audience’s award, while the third prize went to Germany’s Leon Bernsdorf. Krisztián Kocsis, the only Hungarian competitor, was given the human resources ministry’s special prize. more »

Oscar-Winning Binoche At Miskolc Cinefest


Oscar-Winning Binoche At Miskolc Cinefest
Acting is a tool for expressing the truth, honesty is therefore rather important in this art, Oscar-winning French actress Juliette Binoche said in Miskolc, in northern Hungary, as guest of honour of this year’s CineFest International Film Festival. Binoche is the recipient of the festival’s special award. more »



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