- 9 Apr 2021 7:42 AM
You can see the new edition of our E-Magazine here:
Firstly, here’s wishing you a Happy Easter time!
The new Xpat Community E-Magazine is online for you to see over the holiday.
1. In focus are great variety of trending multimedia articles for your interest:
E.g. Watch: English Expat In Hungary Cleaning Tisza Riverbank At Csongrád
Black Lives Matter Statue Destroyed Within A Day In Budapest
Traditional Craftsman Keeps 'Egg-Shoeing' Alive In Hungary
2. There's a curated selection of News, Information & Inspiration:
E.g. Summary Of Current Covid Rules In Hungary & What To Expect Next
Hungary Has Among Lowest Level Of Expats Compared To EU Average
GDP Growth Forecast For Hungary Raised By IMF
3. Plus you can see Calendar highlights & several new Specials:
E.g. Spring Detox In 4 Steps, By Dr. Rose Private Hospital
Free Consultation For Readers @ Smile & Teeth Dental
Kőröshegy Tulip Harvest / Vegan Weekend Market
We hope you like what's included for you this week.
Yours with best wishes,
Photo: 'The first colours of spring at Matthias Church' - courtesy of Krénn Imre Photography
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