- 2 Sep 2019 7:10 AM
Pope John Paul II, born 100 years ago, is highly popular in the four Visegrad countries, the Budapest-based Central European Perspectives (CEPER) institute told MTI, citing a recent survey.
The public foundation for the research of central and east European history and society is launching a campaign to present the Roma heroes of post-communist transformation, historian Mária Schmidt, a member of the foundation’s board, said on Wednesday marking International Romani Day.
The Hungarian town of Szentendre is one of the ten recipients in 2020 of the European Commission’s 'European Heritage Label', a distinction granted to sites with a significance in the history, culture and development of Europe.
Due to the state of emergency situation in Hungary, museums and exhibitions are closed to the public. Therefore many places decided to share some online exhibits from their permanent collections.