Our residents seem to have a splendid time all year round, judging by the fact that, even with the spring and summer baby-boom, there are still new arrivals in autumn. The donkey group has seen a particularly remarkable growth this year as we have recently welcomed the third offspring. Born on September 10 after a […]
Hungarian Human Resources Minister Miklós Kásler opened an exhibition with Nina Obuljen-Koržinek, Croatia’s culture minister, on ties between the two countries in the past 800 hundred years.
Virtuozok (Virtuosos), a Hungarian talent show featuring classical musicians, will include competitors from the Visegrad Group and Serbia in its sixth season starting on November 27th.
On this day, visitors can see such special spaces in the building which are normally closed for visitors.
The fifth Central European Fashion Week was organized in Budapest last weekend.
Vojtina offered a family programme in the Memorial Garden behind the Great Church in the morning on Sunday, 30 August 2020, and the first premiere was held in the afternoon, in an unusual way.
The 38th Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition displaying some 350 photographs will open on Wednesday at Budapest’s Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Centre.
A member of the aster family, feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a short-lived perennial native to the Caucasian region and present in Europe for centuries as a widespread medicinal and culinary herb, with an average height of 40 to 50 cm and a shrubby habit.
The renewed Benedictine monastery was opened in Kőszeg on 7 September 2020.
An exhibition commemorating the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain will open in Collegium Hungaricum cultural institute in Rome on September 10.