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Hungarian Writers’ Union To Mark 1956 Anniversary In 2016
The Hungarian Writers’ Union will organise a series of programmes next year to mark the 60th anniversary of the 1956 anti-Soviet revolution and freedom fight, including conferences, exhibitions, a poetry competition for secondary school students, poetry in theatre evenings and literature classes on 1956. more »
Every Minute Is Precious - Charity Concert @ Mupa Budapest, 3 January
A holiday concert benefiting the Hungarian Hospice Foundation, which celebrates the 25th anniversary of its founding this year. The establishment of the Hungarian Hospice Foundation in 1991 brought hospice-type care to Hungary for the first time. more »
Now On: Nude Sculptures, National Gallery
The word nude entered the English language from Latin, orig­inally in the sense of "plain, explicit". In art, the term first denoted representations of clothed or half-naked models with the intention of studying their figures, postures and gestures, before it started to refer to the naked human body. Before the Renaissance, nude representation was usually reserved for symbolic messages. more »

Experts Still Examining Seuso Treasure In Hungary


Experts Still Examining Seuso Treasure In Hungary
Experts are still examining the seven pieces of the late-Roman Seuso silver collection reacquired by Hungary last year, daily Népszabadság said. The collection is scheduled to be put on a permanent display in the National Museum next year, Director-General Laszlo Csorba said. The silver trays and jugs are believed to have been a part of the tableware used in a rich villa in the Balaton area, then part of the Roman Empire, in the 4th century. more »

2015 Year Of Cultural Developments In Budapest


2015 Year Of Cultural Developments In Budapest
The government launched a number of cultural development projects over the course of the past year, culture state secretary Péter Hoppál told MTI in an interview. Hoppál noted that the government has allocated 14.5 billion forints (EUR 46.3m) to refurbish the Eiffel Hall, the old railway building in Budapest’s 10th district to serve as a base and storage facility for the soon to be renovated State Opera House. more »

Now On: Masterpieces From Museum Of Fine Arts @ Hungarian National Gallery


Now On: Masterpieces From Museum Of Fine Arts @ Hungarian National Gallery
The exhibition at the Hungarian National Gallery proudly displays a rich selection of some of the chief works held by the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, which is closed for reconstruction, scheduled to last three years. A total of fifty-seven masterpieces accompany visitors on a journey through the history of art, beginning in Antiquity, taking in the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras, and arriving at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. more »



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