For one year, from July 2021, Hungary will hold the rotating presidency of the Visegrad Cooperation. Speaking of which, the New Visegrad Photography exhibition will present the work of recent graduate photographers from higher education institutions in the Visegrad region between 22 July and 22 August.
The DES Theatre, in cooperation with the Imre Bán College of Cultural Studies of the University of Debrecen (DE) and the Csokonai Theatre, under the patronage of István Puskás , Deputy Mayor of Debrecen and former lecturer of the Department of Italian Studies, invited applications to translate texts and excerpts of texts written by contemporary […]
We can watch the flower cars in 2021, listen to jazz music while drinking delicious wine around the Frog Pond (Békás-tó), and a new programme series will also await visitors in Debrecen.
The Culture-Splatter program series was launched at the end of May with the aim of reviving the city center after the pandemic, filling the spaces with joy, so that the people of the city can share the joy of reopening. Those interested could see nearly 80 short individual or small group street productions in several […]
The European Parliament has awarded Hungarian civil rights group Freeszfe for its Emergency Exit programme with this year’s European Citizens’ Prize, according to a Tuesday announcement.
The ashes of Zsazsa Gábor were laid to rest on Tuesday in the Fiumei Street graveyard in Budapest, almost five years after her death. Prince Frederic von Anhalt, the Hollywood celebrity’s last husband, brought the Golden Globe Award-winning actress’s ashes from America, thereby fulfilling her wish to rest forever in her homeland.
Hungarian producers want to reach larger-than-ever audiences through ambitious international co-productions, the government commissioner for developing Hungary’s motion picture industry said in an interview posted on www.screendaily.com film industry website.
Found from Iran all the way to the Far East, the Persian silk tree (Albizia julibrissin) has multiple common names in Japanese that translate to “sleeping tree,” referring to the fact that the leaves close up at night. Made up of tuft-like clusters of purplish pink stamens, the flowers bloom from June to September, offering […]
The everyday life of the shepherds of Hortobágy, feared by tourists, is presented in the documentary of Róbert V. Bodnár entitled Hajszra és cselőre, which will be screened in cinemas all over the country from Thursday.
Shining cloud at night above Salgótarján on 5 July 2021.