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Over 20,000 Foreign Students In Hungary
A total 23,586 foreign students started courses at 65 Hungarian universities and colleges this autumn, daily Magyar Nemzet said on Monday. They arrived from more than 160 countries including Germany, Slovakia, Romania and Serbia, as well as Iran and Nigeria, the paper said, citing data from the Central Education Office. more »
Wagner: Tannhäuser, Mupa Budapest, 31 October
Richard Wagner‘s masterpiece returns to the Metropolitan Opera after a gap of more than a decade. The New York theatre's relationship with its music director James Levine is unique in the almost 140-year history of the Met, and probably of the world: the 72-year-old conductor has conducted a total of some 2,500 performances of nearly 90 operas here since his debut in 1971. more »
Art In Budapest Embassies
Ambassador Bell opened the Budapest 2015 Art in Embassies collection at the Ambassador’s Residence on October 16. Watch the video to learn more about the program and glimpse the modern American art! more »

Hungarian House Opens In Toronto


Hungarian House Opens In Toronto
Hungarian officials inaugurated the Hungarian House in Toronto, which is a 21st-century design, “suited to cater for all needs of the Hungarian community,” the Hungarian state official in charge of policy for Hungarian communities abroad said. Árpád János Potápi told MTI over the phone that his visit to Canada had three aims: to inaugurate the Hungarian House, to present an award to the Canadian-Hungarian Cultural Council and to take part in commemorations of the anniversary of Hungary’s 1956 anti-Soviet uprising. more »

Hungarian Opposition Mark 1956 Anniversary


Hungarian Opposition Mark 1956 Anniversary
Gábor Vona, leader of the radical nationalist Jobbik party, said in Corvin Alley, a stronghold of revolutionaries in 1956, that the freedom fighters had drawn their strength from the patriotic interwar regime of Miklós Horthy. He said the 1956 revolution was “the most noble act” in Europe’s postwar history. more »

October 23 Commemorations In Hungary To Include Exhibitions & Film Screenings


October 23 Commemorations In Hungary To Include Exhibitions & Film Screenings
This year’s official commemorations of the 1956 anti-Soviet uprising will include exhibitions, films screenings and a walk through history in the Hungarian Radio building, the organisers said. Nóra Ivády, head of the defence ministry’s national event organising office, said that the series of commemorative events will start on October 21 with a wreath-laying ceremony at the 1956 Technical University Memorial. more »



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