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DanteXperience, Budapest Palace Of Arts, 24 April
Dante’s Divine Comedy is a cornerstone of European culture, with an endless series of works of literature, fine art and music reflecting on it over the past centuries. more »
Hungary’s Middle Classes Waning - KSH Study
Hungary’s middle classes have thinned during the period of 2001 to 2011, according to a new Central Statistical Office (KSH) study. Ákos Huszár, one of the study’s editors, said data revealed that the share of highprestige professionals, top executives and middle management in the whole population had risen while so had the share of unskilled workers and those at the brim of society. more »
Holocaust Memorial Day In Hungary
Hungary cannot stand “mute and helpless” over the spreading of “evil ideas”, János Lázár, the head of the prime minister’s office, said, addressing a commemoration marking Hungary’s Holocaust Memorial Day. After what happened at the Danube embankment in the winter of 1944—when Jews were shot into the river—and in Auschwitz “there can be no such thing as innocent anti-Semitism, anti-Gypsy sentiment or segregation in the Hungarian language.” more »

International Festival @ American School, On Sunday


International Festival @ American School, On Sunday
A fun-filled day bringing together the international community in Budapest to celebrate the unique diversity of the American International School Budapest. Xpats are encouraged to invite family & friends this Sunday 19 April between 11am and 3pm, admission is free. more »

Exhibition In Budapest Honours World Famous Jews


Exhibition In Budapest Honours World Famous Jews
Mazsihisz opened a temporary exhibition of statues of world-renowned Hungarian Jewish scientists, artists and public personalities outside the Dohány utca synagogue in Budapest on Monday. The figures include Makó-born journalist and publisher József Pulitzer, poet Miklós Radnóti, writer and literary historian Antal Szerb, writer Jen Rejtõ, pharmacist Gedeon Richter, industrialist Manfréd Weisz, Vilmos Vázsonyi, justice minister in the third Wekerle cabinet, illusionist and escapologist Harry Houdini, Olympic champion sabre fencer Attila Petschauer and architect Marcell Komor. more »

Hungarian Minsiter: One Cannot Build A Country On Hate


Hungarian Minsiter: One Cannot Build A Country On Hate
On Sunday at a Holocaust commemoration in front of the House of Terror Museum in Budapest, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog said that hate cannot be the foundation for building a country – either in Budapest, Tapolca, the northern Borsod region of Hungary, or anywhere. more »



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