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Placido Domingo To Perform At Budapest Opera Charity Ball
World renowned Spanish tenor Placido Domingo will perform at a charity ball to be held at the Budapest Opera House on February 6, 2016. The Shakespeare Ball will be part of a series of exclusive balls re-launched by the opera in 2014, the Opera said. Domingo will share the stage with Hungarian opera singers Szilvia Ralik, Orsolya Sáfár and Zita Szemere. T more »
Common Consent: How To Shorten Your Divorce Process In Hungary
By Dr. Judit Szegő: Getting divorced is never easy, especially when you have underaged children. It is even a long process to reach the point where divorce is the best solution and then the long legal procedure starts, which is also mentally tiring and emotionally exhausting. But it needn’t be so. In this article we offer you some guidance to shorten the process. more »
WWI Centenary Exhibition Opens At Várkert Bazár
An exhibition on the “war between brothers” that was the First World War which has opened in Budapest’s Várkert Bazár events centre at the foot of Budapest castle has been hailed as the most important exhibition of the year at its opening. The exhibition portrays the horrors of First World War battlefields and the world of the hinterlands. more »

Zsófia Vári Exhibition Opening, Bródy Studios Budapest 23 July


Zsófia Vári Exhibition Opening, Bródy Studios Budapest 23 July
Selected is Zsófia's exploration of her vivid visual world through a selection of paintings and drawings. She uses various materials and media including canvas, paper, aquarelle and ink. Her work, filled with emotion and feeling, contemplates the beautiful imperfection of human beings and the continual quest for love to be fulfilled. more »

Hungarian Students’ Academic Performance Deteriorating, Data Shows


Hungarian Students’ Academic Performance Deteriorating, Data Shows
This year’s “medium-level” secondary school final exams in Mathematics and Hungarian Language have produced worse results than last year, the daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet reports, citing data provided by the Hungarian Educational Authority. Results in basic-level Mathematics, which are the worst in six years, give cause for special concern, the article says. more »

French Artist Bernar Venet Unveils Sculpture In Budapest


French Artist Bernar Venet Unveils Sculpture In Budapest
An 8 tonne steel sculpture by renowned French contemporary artist Bernar Venet was unveiled in central Budapest. Arcs in Disorder can be viewed in March 15 Square near Elizabeth Bridge. The artist told news agency MTI at the unveiling that he originally planned to display Arcs in southern France, but decided on Budapest instead, given the “prominent” spot on offer. more »



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