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More Hungarians Speak Foreign Languages
The proportion of Hungarians speaking a foreign language has gone up by 12 percentage points in five years, daily Magyar Nemzet said on Tuesday, citing data by the Central Statistical Office. In 2006, only 25% of Hungarians spoke at least one foreign language whereas their proportion in 2011 was 37%, the paper said. more »
'Forever and Ever', Festival Theatre, 27 December
With its mixture of authentic folk dances, fine art, world music and virtuosity, the latest production of the Duna Art Ensemble immerses the audience in the enchanting world of folk-dance theatre. It attempts to stimulate thought, to relax and calm the viewer, and of course to entertain. more »
Museum Quarter Budapest: Final Plans Revealed
The international tender called for new museum buildings to be constructed in the city’s largest park, Városliget – behind Heroes’ Square – has come to a close. In line with the international jury’s decision, which made its selection out of five hundred anonymous applications, the Museum of Ethnography will be built according to the plans of French architects Vallet de Martinis DIID Architectes, while Japanese company Sou Fujimoto Architects will supply plans the House of Hungarian Music. Both PhotoMuseum Budapest and the Museum of Hungarian Architecture will be constructed according to plans submitted by Hungarian firm Középülettervező Zrt. by 2018, the Hungarian state news agency MTI has reported. more »

Wishing Xpats A Wonderful Xmas*


Wishing Xpats A Wonderful Xmas*
All the team at XpatLoop.com wish you and yours a Merry Xmas*. We really hope you’ve enjoyed what’s been in the loop for you this year. We’re grateful to every reader, partner and sponsor for all the positive support. Here's wishing everyone a joyful and prosperous 2015. more »

A Christmas Carol @ Budapest Operetta Theatre, On From 23 December


A Christmas Carol @ Budapest Operetta Theatre,  On From  23 December
A legendary and well-known Christmas tale based on Charles Dickens's classic novella 'A Christmas Carol' - for everyone. The main character of 'A Christmas Carol' is Ebenezer Scrooge, the aging millionaire money-lender, who is so absorbed in worldly matters that he does not even care about Christmas at all. more »

Christmas Shoebox Action With Hungarian Baptist Aid


Christmas Shoebox Action With Hungarian Baptist Aid
‘Cipősdoboz Akció’ (in English: Christmas Shoebox Action) is a charitable movement to collect and give Christmas gifts to disadvantaged children primarily in Hungary. "The number one aim is to enable these children to have something which will bring a smile to their faces over the holiday period which will help that will make their lives easier, something that most of us take for granted who otherwise would have not gotten anything. more »



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