Gergely Gulyás spoke about how if we value our past, then film is one of the most important means of presenting it. He continued by saying that it’s a different question how far back in time one can go.
On the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the enactment of the legislation that laid the foundation for the operation of the national archives, the bank is issuing a silver commemorative coin with a face value of 15,000 forints and a coloured metal version with a face value of 3,000 forints.
The restoration of the iconic Corvin Department Store, the first to be equipped with an escalator in Hungary in 1931, is about to be completed, and the iconic building will soon open its doors to the Budapest public again.
Keeping the memory of St Ladislaus alive is a common cause. As the organisers of the erection of the equestrian statue of the Holy King said in response to critical comments: ‘The legacy of St Ladislaus is above all the courageous admission of the Christian faith, which is a universal value and part of our European identity.’