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Singles Mingle Party In Buda, 20 November
Gentlemen, this is the singles party you don’t want to miss. One of our new partners, Match Made Abroad – an exclusive matchmaking agency - is hosting a 'Singles Mingle Party', where expat chaps have the chance to meet single local ladies - all English speaking women 'looking their best!' more »
International Men's Day In Hungary On 19 November
The theme for 2015 is 'Make a Difference for Men and Boys'

Objectives of International Men's Day include a focus on men's and boy's health, improving gender relations, promoting gender equality, and highlighting positive male role models.

It is an occasion for men to celebrate their achievements and contributions, in particular their contributions to community, family, marriage, and child care while highlighting the discrimination against them. more »
On Display: The  Coronation Mantle In National Museum In Budapest
One matchless treasure held by the Hungarian National Museum is the mantle that used to be worn by Hungarian monarchs at their coronation; it is a garment that King Stephen I (St. Stephen of Hungary) and his wife Gisela of Bavaria had made in 1031. more »

Permanent Exhibition At Museum Of Ethnography: Traditional Culture Of The Hungarians


Permanent Exhibition At Museum Of Ethnography: Traditional Culture Of The Hungarians
The Museum of Ethnography's permanent exhibition offers visitors a glimpse of the material culture of the Hungarian peasantry as it was from the end of the 18th century until the First World War. Through thirteen rooms of material, the exhibition illustrates the ethnic and religious diversity of the peoples of the Carpathian Basin, the forms of community typical of the region, the variety of tools involved in a wide range of peasant labours, and the everyday and festival wear of the Carpathian peoples of the period. more »

Invitation: JVA's End-Of-The-Year Party, Budapest, 3 December


Invitation: JVA's End-Of-The-Year Party, Budapest, 3 December
The Joint Venture Association cordially invites You, Your Partner and Friends to it’s traditional End-of-the-Year Party. more »

Dolls Exhibition & Sale, Károlyi Castle Hungary, 20 - 22 November


Dolls Exhibition & Sale, Károlyi Castle Hungary, 20 - 22 November
Dolls Exhibition & Sale opening by Dr Veronika Nagy, from the Hetedhét Toy Muzeum in Székesfehérvár on Friday November 20th at 5 pm. The opening is followed by the Saint Elisabeth concert at 6 pm. Károlyi Kastély, 8052 Fehérvárcsurgó, Petőfi S. u. 2. Tel. 06 21 311 04 26 more »



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