The newly crowned British monarch arrived in Transylvania, Romania, a few days ago. King Charles III is a frequent guest in the Eastern European country, as he is especially attracted to Szeklerland of Eastern Transylvania, mostly inhabited by Hungarians, where he owns several estates.
The events of the 1990s are becoming part of history everywhere, including in Hungarian politics. It has been a quarter century since Viktor Orbán formed his first administration in 1998, which was then followed by four more after 2010.
The earliest Hungarian princes and kings can also be found among the many ancestors of today’s British Royal family: between British King Charles III and the Pagan Hungarian Prince Árpád, leader of the conquering Hungarians, there were forty generations marching through Europe’s more than a thousand-year-old history.
By the 100th anniversary of World War II, the overall appearance of the Buda Castle may be very similar to what it used to be during peacetime before the war. However, many moons will pass by until then, and much political debate is to be had—what future awaits Hungary and Europe by then is also yet to be found out.
Pope Francis is visiting the Hungarian community for the third time in just four years, but his first official trip specifically to Hungary will only take place this weekend.
If someone has not been to the fortresses and palaces of Hungary in the last 20 or 30 years, and is just now returning to see the biggest attractions, they are definitely in for a big surprise, seeing how much has been completely renovated over the years.
The Budapest Museum of Fine Arts-National Gallery and the Janus Pannonius Museum of Pécs is celebrating the 170th anniversary of the birth of the great artist with a joint exhibition. The art display will feature around 40 pieces, as an homage to one of the most original and best-known figures in Hungarian art history.
According to the new 2022 index, Hungary has risen further, becoming one of the most peaceful and safest countries in the world, reports Hungarian online news magazine Mandiner.hu.
The best days of the period between the two world wars are evoked by Art Deco Budapest, a new exhibition in the Hungarian National Gallery.
It is a key and unique fact that the existing county system of Hungary continues to bear the signs of the state organization efforts of Saint Stephen.
Did you know that Elizabeth II is a descendant of the Hungarian conqueror Árpád — of the female branches?
The kind of honest, pure, original shock and indignation of when we are cast into this world, start to become familiar with it, and find ourselves facing an injustice on a disproportionately large scale, which we would like to fix, but simply cannot: the pain and loss of which still lingers.
The Hungarian Museum of Ethnography moves to a building custom-designed for it for the first time in its one-hundred-and-fifty-year history. The new building in the Hungarian capital is one of the top products of contemporary architecture.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest presents a new, exciting exhibition of the enigmatic works of the renowned Dutch painter of the late Middle Ages. This is one the most significant Bosch exhibitions worldwide in the last fifty years.
The Hungarian Golden Bull, similarly to corresponding Western regulations at the time, provided a basis for a very early version of democracy and constitutionality.
‘The House of Terror Museum has succeeded in celebrating the resistance of the Hungarian nation, and the heroes who gave their lives for the freedom we enjoy today.’
‘Complex simplicity’, was the catch-phrase picked by a critic to sum up the work of the Japanese architect, and this complex simplicity is indeed manifested in the House of Music, Hungary.
This is Budapest: a big city that dreamed and then built for itself a colourful past during the last decades of the old world, in those final moments before the dawn of modernism.
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