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Invitation: Budapest Design Week, Until 6 October
Budapest Design Week (27th of September and 6th of October 2013) welcomes Italy as the festival's Guest of Honour. A highlight of the Italian programs is the visit and lecture of the architect and designer Michele De Lucchi, a defining figure of contemporary Italian design. more »

Foundation Stone Laid For Science Park In Hungary


Foundation Stone Laid For Science Park In Hungary
The foundation stone of a Ft 4 billion Science Park was laid at the Debrecen factory of US firm National Instruments on Tuesday. more »

Solzhenitsyn Exhibition Opens In Budapest's House Of Terror


Solzhenitsyn Exhibition Opens In Budapest's House Of Terror
"Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn did not simply unveil the brutality of the communist terror, but became the chronicler of millions of victims, including hundreds of thousands of Hungarians, who were not given the opportunity to tell their story", Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at the opening of the exhibition entitled „A Russian Patriot – Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (1918-2008)" in Budapest’s House of Terror Museum. more »

Budapest Is The World’s Third Most 'Honest City'


Budapest Is The World’s Third Most 'Honest City'
Based on a recent social experiment by Reader’s Digest, where wallets were dropped in 16 cities around the world and then it was counted how many were given back, Budapest won the bronze medal. Reporters from the magazine dropped the wallets containing the equivalent of $50 in cash, a cell phone number, coupons, business cards and a family photo in public places from Bucharest to Rio de Janeiro, and waited to see how people would react... more »
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