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Hungarian Business Man Csányi Number One On Napi.hu’s Rich List
Sándor Csányi, owner of the agribusiness Bonafarm and chief of OTP Bank, has kept his top spot on Hungary’s rich list, business news website napi.hu reported. Csányi, whose assets now reach 165 billion forints (EUR 542m), up 15 billion from last year, has been at the top of the list since 2011. (Pictured on the right) more »
Budapest Festival Orchestra, National Concert Hall Budapest, 15 May
Brahms, as a composer of symphonies, is the centrepiece of the Budapest Festival Orchestra's season. Their public was able to hear his third and fourth symphonies in September, and at the end of the season, Iván Fischer and his orchestra will be completing the cycle with the first and second. more »
Munkácsy’s Christ Trilogy Reunited In E Hungary
Hungarian painter Mihály Munkácsy’s famous Christ Trilogy was reunited in Debrecen, in eastern Hungary, after Christ before Pilate (1881) arrived in the city’s Déri Museum. Zoltán Balog, Hungary’s human resources minister, announced in February that the state had acquired the painting. Debrecen mayor László Papp said the painting’s return was a historic event, and noted that the trilogy consisting of Christ before Pilate, Golgotha (1884) and Ecce Homo! (1896) was first united in Debrecen in 1995. more »

'Carmina Burana', Festival Theatre, Budapest, 14 May


'Carmina Burana', Festival Theatre, Budapest, 14 May
"Glimpsing into the ritualistic lives of a barbarian humanoid community scraping and struggling for survival in the ruins of civilization, we observe how its members battle their fears and follow their instincts in an attempt to overcome what Fate has thrown at them. Fate is sometimes benevolent, bringing joy and love, but sometimes it brings them sorrow and death. more »

Hungarian ‘Father Of Euro’, Dies Aged 86


Hungarian ‘Father Of Euro’, Dies Aged 86
Economist and central banker Alexandre Lamfalussy, born as Sándor Lámfalussy in Hungary, has died at the age of 86, his family said on Monday. A resident of Belgium, Lamfalussy was known as “the father of the euro” and for his financial service industry policies. He left his native Hungary in 1949. more »

Organ Concerts On Mondays & Fridays In Saint Stephen’s Basilica Of Budapest


Organ Concerts On Mondays & Fridays In Saint Stephen’s Basilica Of Budapest
The sound of the world-famous historic organ of the Basilica will only be heard at these concerts. The Cathedral Organ Concerts and the Friday Organ Concerts will be organized in Saint Stephen’s Basilica of Budapest on Mondays and Fridays. more »



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