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Award For Hungarian Nobel Prize Writer Kertész Sparks Controversy
Both Jobbik and some left-wing liberals reacted with dismay to the news that Nobel Prize novelist Imre Kertész will be given the St. Stephen Award, the nation’s highest official honour on August 20. more »
Fradi Family Holiday: The Eagle Sculpture Has Been Inaugurated In Budapest
As long as the FTC in not playing on international level, we cannot speak of the rise of Hungarian football, emphasized Mayor István Tarlós in his ceremonial speech during the inauguration of the Eagle sculpture, which was held as part of the Fradi Family Holiday. The mayor expressed his hope that the 15 ton sculpture with its 16 meter wingspan will become the new popular sight of Budapest. more »
Contemporary Art Festival On Budapest's City Park Lake
Budapest is currently hosting the 7th Art Moments Central European visual art festival in the capital's City Park, on the lake. The festival’s mission is to remove contemporary art from the conventional museum and gallery settings and bring it closer to a much wider audience, says Szabolcs Erdélyi the event organiser. more »

World War One, The Anniversary, Evening Prayer In Budapest For Peace


World War One, The Anniversary, Evening Prayer In Budapest For Peace
"Join with us at our monthly Evening Prayer service at the Szakkollégium in Svábhegy as we remember in prayer the beginning of World War One one-hundred years ago in July and August 1914. more »

Hungary’s Defense Minister, New Gov’t Office To Oversee National Holidays


Hungary’s Defense Minister, New Gov’t Office To Oversee National Holidays
Considering Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s recent pledge to create a workfare state, it may seem odd that Hungarians are to get a slew of new national holidays. However, the 11 new days “of elevated importance” will mean state-coordinated celebrations, but no extra days off work. more »

Hungarian EU Commissioner Receives Legion Of Honour


Hungarian EU Commissioner Receives Legion Of Honour
László Andor, Hungary’s European Commissioner, has been decorated with the Legion of Honour by French President Francois Hollande. more »



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