Yesterday Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Marie Royce paid a visit to Debrecen.
The Xantus János Spherical Lookout in Balatonboglár was chosen to be the lookout of the year by the Center for Active and Ecotourism Development.
The international Jewish and Israeli Film Festival will this year feature 17 recent titles on Jewish life, culture and history between November 24 and December 6, organisers have said. The festival’s programme includes German, US, Russian, Austrian, Norwegian, Israeli and Hungarian productions which will be shown online in light of the coronavirus pandemic, they said […]
Jack, the largest African elephant bull in Europe came back to the Nyíregyháza Zoo from Basel after two years.
We have good news! The English Conversation Club is back! (Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org in case you want to participate.)
The course will consist of five, live, one-hour webinars and aims to show teachers how activities that examine media and democracy can be used as reading tasks (written texts), listening (podcasts, video, social media memes, etc) and can be used to enrich English language learning in their own classrooms. More importantly, they will see how […]
Following the arrival of two young females at our meerkat gang back in April, we have further great news involving these ever-curious visitor favorites as today a healthy offspring emerged from a relatively recent and suspiciously large and well-guarded burrow.
The premier of Tamás Szarka’s Missa Missio at the Budapest Basilica with soprano Erika Miklósa.
Next CSAK Design art market is organized today (18th October) at Víztorony Debrecen.
The photo exhibition that opened in Fórum shopping mall on 12 October 2020 provides a summary of the one-and-a-half-century sports history of Debrecen and Hajdú-Bihar County. The exhibition presents 330 photos on 15 roll-ups, which recalls sports successes from bowling to soccer in Debrecen and Hajdú-Bihar County, starting from the foundation date of the Debrecen […]