Hungarian Erkel Ferenc and Kossuth Prize-winning composer, artist of the nation, co-founder and member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts (MMA), Sándor Balassa has died at the age of 87.
The International Eucharistic Congress (NEK) scheduled to be held in Budapest from Sept. 5 to 12 will feature holy masses, predications and cultural and family programmes, the organisers said on Thursday. The congress’s opening mass will be celebrated at Heroes’ Square, Gábor Mohos, the head of the NEK secretariat, told a press conference.
Newly revamped building in Buda Castle on 11 May 2021.
The Milky Way above the ruins of the Salgó Castle on north Hungary on 9 May 2021.
The Budapest Municipal Court on Friday upheld the decision of Hungary’s top media authority to strip commercial Klubrádió from the use of the 92.9 MHz frequency.
Budapest’s cultural venues are reopening gradually, with museums, most spas and open-air theatres slated to reopen to patrons with immunity certificates in the coming month, a deputy mayor of the city said on Thursday.
This year’s Polish Spring Film Festival, to be held from May 6 to 10, will feature five films, including one about Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński, a mayor figure of 20th-century Polish history, the organiser has said.
An exhibition marking the 125th inauguration anniversary of the Budapest Millennium Underground, the first metro line of continental Europe, will open in Bucharest on Wednesday, the organiser told MTI.
Carriages made in Hungary to be delivered to Egypt on 3 May 2021.
Hungary’s public media will show more than hundred films on Friday, celebrating the day the first Hungarian-directed film was screened 120 years ago in Budapest. “We’re celebrating the screening of the first film entitled A táncz (The Dance) on this day in the Urania Theatre in 1901,” Hungary’s film commissioner, Csaba Káel, said.