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See What Happened @ South Africa's 'Freedom Day' Celebration In Budapest
H. E Ambassador Johann Marx presided over a celebration in Budapest to mark the occasion of the National Freedom Day of the Republic of South Africa. more »
Uniquely Hungary: Help Others By Recycling Your Jeans, By Anne Zwack
Even for someone as unversed in fashion as I am, it has not escaped my attention that denim is the hot item this year. Every leading designer worth his salty prices has come out with a new angle on denim and jeans, including Christopher Kane who embroiders them with what look like matyo flowers. more »
New Season Image Campaign Launched By Budapest Opera
The new opera season line-up is to be announced soon. You can see posters announcing the 2015/16 season of the Budapest Opera House, and the Erkel Theatre, around our city in many public spaces. Get to know the related faces, and everything (everyone) they hide in a video below. more »

Budapest History Museum Hosts Exhibition On Matthias Church


Budapest History Museum Hosts Exhibition On Matthias Church
The Budapest History Museum has joined forces recently with the Matthias Church to bring visitors a grandiose dual exhibition about the profound history of the Buda Castle Coronation Church of Our Lady. Among various objects the exhibition contains a generous sampling of the enormous collection of architectural drawings dating back to the time of the great 19th-century reconstruction. more »

Video: Hungarian History Comes Alive In 3D Animation Documentary


Video: Hungarian History Comes Alive In 3D Animation Documentary
Wondering how Buda castle looked like 500 years ago? Struggling to recognise the historic statues of Budapest? Would you like to know better Hungary’s history but you have only fifteen minutes to spend in the Buda castle? Well, Budapest’s new 3D past cinema may have been opened for you. more »

Budapest Scottish Church: A Brief History


Budapest Scottish Church: A Brief History
Described by expats today as a small but active English speaking congregation with a big heart, based in the centre of Budapest, it's history goes way back...Back in 1839 two Scottish missionaries John Duncan and Dr. Alexander Ketih set out for Palestine to reach out to the Jews. Riding on camels, one of them fell off the camel’s back, broke his leg and they were forced to return home. However, when they were on a boat traveling from the Black Sea up the Danube, they both fell ill and had to stop in Budapest. more »



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