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Survey Of UK Citizens Living Overseas
If you're a UK citizen living overseas, take a few minutes to fill in the Electoral Commission’s short survey and tell them what you think about voting in the UK. more »
Gaarder Coming To Book Festival
Slovakia will be the featured guest country at this year’s Budapest International Book Festival, to be held at the Millenáris Park on April 21-24. The honoured guest writer will be Jostein Gaarder of Norway. more »
A Taste Of Spring In Hungary
Hungary is still a seasonal country. There is a season of everything. The advent of spring (TAVASZ) in Hungarian minds is associated to March and signalled by at least four things: the arrival of the storks from Africa (the first one has landed in Gemenc last week), a cry-out for a new love, the eruption of revolution(s) (in particular the1848 Revolution on March 15) and the appearance of the firstlings on the market vegetable stalls, collectively called PRIMŐR, a precise Hungarianised from of the French ''primeurs.'' more »

Invitation: St Patrick's Day Parade In Budapest, 20 March


Invitation: St Patrick's Day Parade In Budapest, 20 March
To see what happened last year there's a video below. This year organisers told XpatLoop, "The parade will be led by the premier bagpipe group in Hungary and a giant float of St Patrick himself. Xpats are very welcome to join 1000’s of local families, friends and tourists and be 'Green for a Day' and take to the streets of Budapest to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. The gathering will take place in Szabadság tér once again." more »

Hungarian Director Tarr Receives Fipresci Special Award In Sofia


Hungarian Director Tarr Receives Fipresci Special Award In Sofia
Eminent Hungarian film director Béla Tarr has received the lifetime achievement special award given by the International Federation of Film Critics, at the international film festival in Sofia, the Hungarian National Film Fund said on Wednesday. The FIPRESCI 90 award, established in 2015 to mark the federation’s 90th anniversary, was presented to Tarr by Secretary- General Klaus Eder at a special gala over the weekend, the fund told MTI in a statement. more »

Hungarian Revolution


Hungarian Revolution
MÚK – these three letters, standing for MÁRCIUSBAN ÚJRA KEZDJÜK (we will start again in March), kept the Kádár regime in fear until it collapsed in 1989, but has been ingrained in the Hungarian mindset so much that even these days people look forward to March 15 with contained anticipation that unrest may occur. more »



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