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'Summer Open Promenade', Whale Budapest, 7 June
Press release: The Whale is welcoming the fans of antiquities, design and products of fine arts and handicrafts with free programs on Sunday, June 7. At the Summer Open Promenade value appraisers, antiquity sellers, designers, art historians and unique programs await visitors. The morning will be dedicated to painting and creativity and after the afternoon concert visitors can have an insight into the mystical world of painting forgers. more »
Budapest Book Week Starts Tomorrow
A total of 329 new titles will be on show at the 86th annual Book Week, which begins on Thursday, Book Publishers and Distributors Association president László Péter Zentai, told reporters yesterday. More than 200 publishers from Hungary and other countries will be present at 147 booths on downtown Vörösmarty tér and the nearby Váci utca and Deák Ferenc utca. more »
Three Hungarian Municipalities In Running For Finno-Ugric Capital Of Culture Title
Three Hungarian municipalities, namely Veszprém, Iszkaszentgyörgy (central Hungary) and Nagykálló (eastern Hungary), have submitted bids for the title of Finno-Ugric Capital of Culture in 2016, a representative of the Finno-Ugric Capital of Culture office said. The initiative of the Youth Association of Finno-Ugric Peoples (MAFUN) is aimed at strengthening the national identity of Finno-Ugric nations - Estonia, Finland and Hungary - and ethnic Finno-Ugric communities living in Russia. more »

Prince Charles Returns To His Beloved Transylvanian Estate In Ethnic Hungarian Village


Prince Charles Returns To His Beloved Transylvanian Estate In Ethnic Hungarian Village
Prince Charles, the heir to the throne of the United Kingdom, arrived at his estate in a 120-strong ethnic Hungarian village of Zalánpatak (Romanian: Valea Zalanului) in Transylvania on Sunday for his annual summer visit. more »

Summer Cultural Season, Iskaszentgyörgy, Hungary, 3 June


Summer Cultural Season, Iskaszentgyörgy, Hungary, 3 June
Ari Kupsus Gallery Art & Antique and local Government of Iszkaszentgyörgy cordially invite You to the opening of the Summer Cultural Season of Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim Chateau on June 3rd, 2015 at Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim Chateau, 8043 Iszkaszentgyörgy. more »

Hungarian Novel May Be A Global Hit


Hungarian Novel May Be A Global Hit
Publishers from 24 countries have bought the rights to film director Péter Gárdos’s novel Hajnali láz (“Fever at Dawn”) the story of how his parents met and fell in love in 1945. After surviving the Holocaust, Miklós Gárdos was in a Swedish refugee camp when he asked for a list of Hungarian Jewish girls who were also temporarily housed in Sweden. more »



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