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Gala Award Salon Concert, Finnish Embassy Budapest, 12  February
"The Ari S Kupsus Salon Concert Society kindly invites you and your partner to the 14th Award Ceremony and Gala Salon Concert to be held at the Embassy of the Republic of Finland (Kelenhegyi út 16/A, Budapest, District XI.), on the 12th of February, 2015, at 7pm. The Patron of the Event is His Excellency Pasi Tuominen, Ambassador of the Republic of Finland in Hungary more »
Chinese Terracotta Soldiers On Show In Budapest
The first life-sized terracotta soldier has been unpacked at the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest, where it will be displayed as part of The Treasures of Ancient China exhibition from February 6. more »
Ruling Party Groups To Discuss Adding One Year To Primary Schooling
The possibility of introducing 9-year primary education will be among the topics discussed by the ruling Fidesz- Christian Democrat party groups on Wednesday, Magyar Nemzet daily reported. The paper cited Fidesz group leader Antal Rogán as saying that the government expected the quality of public education to improve. more »

Várkert Bazár To Host Exhibition Of Major Hungarian Impressionist Painter’s Works


Várkert Bazár To Host Exhibition Of Major Hungarian Impressionist Painter’s Works
The memorial year commemorating the life and work of István Csók (1865-1961), one of the greatest masters of Hungarian impressionist painting, is to begin with a large-scale exhibition opened on 13 Feburary, the painter’s birthday, in Várkert Bazár. At a press conference introducing the event, Deputy State Secretary for featured cultural developments István Sárváry highlighted that the exhibition will be the first organised especially for the newly-redeveloped Várkert Bazár. more »

Now On: Hungaricons Collection In Várkert Bazár (Castle Garden Bazaar)


Now On: Hungaricons Collection In Várkert Bazár (Castle Garden Bazaar)
Barcsay and Aba Novák, Faludy and Petőfi, Iván Darvas and Klári Tolnay, Károly Makk and Miklós Jancsó, Iván Markó and Adél Orosz, Ernő Rubik and John von Neumann, Bartók and Kodály, Kossuth and Széchenyi. The easiest question of any quiz show could well be: What do they have in common? However, if the answer is to be just one word, it becomes more difficult: Hungarians? Geniuses? This collection accepts both answers. more »

Xpat Report: 2015's First Grandhouse Luncheon


Xpat Report: 2015's First Grandhouse Luncheon
The first monthly Grandhouse luncheon of the season on January 21, 2015, held as usual in the restrained elegance of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences dining hall, met with the largest attendance of the past two years. Ambassadors Gordan Radman (Croatia), Gajus Scheltema (Holland), Kevin Dowling (Ireland), Igor Esmerov (Macedonia) and Rastilav Káer (Slovakia) were among the distinguished guests and members, graced by Archduke György Habsburg, representing the once great Habsburg (Austro-Hungarian) Empire. more »



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