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Belgian Exhibition Marks WWI Centenary In Székesfehérvár
An exhibition marking the centenary of the first world war, organised by Belgium’s institute of war veterans, has opened in central Hungary’s Székesfehérvár. more »
Ministry Condemns Vandalism At Budapest Holocaust Photo Exhibition
The human resources ministry has strongly condemned the damaging of images displayed at an openair Holocaust exhibition in central Budapest, calling the vandalism “shocking and appalling”. “The perpetrators desecrated not only Holocaust survivors, but the entire Jewish community, the whole of the Hungarian nation, all decent Hungarians by their mindless, vandal act,” the ministry said. more »
Church Heads In Hungary Send Easter Messages
The death and resurrection of Christ has shown that God the creator and redeemer has not forgotten about humanity and awaits all to “come home” to him where eternal bliss is in the making, Cardinal Péter Erdő, head of Hungary’s Catholic Church, said in his Easter message. more »

Hungarian Easter Events For Expats


Hungarian Easter Events For Expats
Easter Sunday and Easter Monday are both public holidays in Hungary, and are packed with fun and feasts for all the family. Húsvét, in Hungarian, has many local customs: Egg painting is one of the most popular, and oldest traditions, along with Easter Sunday fun when the Easter bunny brings presents for children, which they find during the Easter egg hunt. Here you can find a range of Easter events and shopping possibilities in Budapest, and around Hungary. Each option below comes with a quick description, and a link so you can check out details about the items you like. Also you'll find a related music video by many expats top local pop band. Happy Easter Holiday! more »

Location Of Hungarian Poet’s Remain Still Unknown


Location Of Hungarian Poet’s Remain Still Unknown
There continues to be no evidence to prove that the remains of 19th century poet Sándor Petõfi were found in Barguzin, Siberia, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences emphasized on Wednesday. The Academy told state news agency MTI that there were several shortcomings found in connection with a DNA test recently conducted in China. more »

Hungary’s Impoverished Roma Fear For Their Children’s Future


Hungary’s Impoverished Roma Fear For Their Children’s Future
Betti tried to continue her studies but left because she was the only Gypsy at the school. Attila was completely dissuaded from studying. A “B” grade is a bad grade for Tünde, and Joseph doesn’t want to be a public works employee like his father. more »



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