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Exhibition: Lithographies By Toulouse-Lautrec, Mupa, 21 Sept - 2 Oct
Sarah Bernhardt, Yvette Guilbert and Loïe Fuller are not only known for their own artistry: they are also known for the artworks that Toulouse-Lautrec made of them. What probably few people know is that they also made frequent guest appearances on the stages of fin-de-siècle Hungary. more »
Parisian Impressions, Mupa, 24 September
It was no coincidence that artists from every corner of the world tended to flock to Paris; even if they had to go hungry and live in poverty, they would accumulate plenty of experience there - it was impossible to imagine a more exciting place in days gone by. more »
French Culture In Bridging Europe Festival’s Spotlight
French culture will be in the spotlight at this year’s Bridging Europe festival to be held between Sept. 21 and Sept. 27 in the Budapest Palace of Arts (Müpa), the organisers said. The festival will offer unique concerts, literary and dance performances and films as well as feature international stars to illustrate how France has won inspiration from international art movements and integrated them with its own culture over the past centuries. more »

Golgotha Painting Remains Protected


Golgotha Painting Remains Protected
A Budapest court on Monday rejected a lawsuit submitted by art collector Imre Pákh against the classification of the painting Golgotha by 19th-century artist Mihály Munkácsy as a protected part of the national heritage. more »

WHO: Hungary’s Suicide Rate Still Europe’s 3rd Highest Despite Declining Tendency


WHO: Hungary’s Suicide Rate Still Europe’s 3rd Highest Despite Declining Tendency
Hungary continues to have some of the highest suicide rates in Europe, according to a study published by the World Health Organization. WHO data suggests that Guyana in South America is the country where suicides are most common, with 42 out of 100 000 inhabitants dying as a consequence of intentional self-harm each year. more »

Update: Hollywood Stars Seen On Hungarian Streets


Update: Hollywood Stars Seen On Hungarian Streets
After welcoming Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, and Bruce Willis, Hungary is again proud to host several other major Hollywood movie stars here as temp-expats and celeb visitors. Pictured here is XpatLoop.com photographer Russell Skidmore with A-lister Ryan Gosling, a recent selfie shot in downtown Budapest. Read on for the latest details and to see a couple more snapshots. more »



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