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2016.11.22. - 2016.11.22.
Nagykanizsa
2016.11.22. - 2016.12.31.
Budapest
2016.11.17. - 2017.03.01.
Veszprém
2016.11.15. - 2016.11.15.
Nagykanizsa
2016.11.13. - 2016.11.13.
Budapest
2016.11.13. - 2016.11.13.
Pécs
2016.11.12. - 2016.11.12.
Püspökladány
2016.11.12. - 2016.11.12.
Szolnok
2016.11.12. - 2016.11.12.
Budapest
2016.11.12. - 2016.11.12.
Pécs
2016.11.12. - 2016.11.12.
Dunaújváros
2016.10.27. - 2017.01.10.
Békéscsaba
2016.10.23. - 2016.12.11.
Békéscsaba
2016.10.20. - 2016.11.02.
Budapest
2016.10.17. - 2016.12.03.
Keszthely
2016.10.15. - 2017.02.18.
Keszthely
2016.10.13. - 2016.11.20.
Békéscsaba
2016.10.07. - 2017.01.08.
Budapest
2016.10.01. - 2016.11.27.
Budapest
2016.09.30. - 2016.12.04.
Budapest
Temporary exhibition 1970.01.01. 01:00
Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

19th century painting, sculpture

Our exhibition, presenting 19th-century art, surveys the work of almost 100 years, beginning in the late 18th century. Here we can see almost all the important works from the time of National Romanticism that have for generations determined the national visual memory. Including such major emblematic works of historical painting as The Women of Eger, The Mourning of László Hunyadi and The Christening of Vajk, the most significant historical paintings by Viktor Madarász, Mór Than, Sándor Liezen-Mayer, Bertalan Székely, and Gyula Benczúr fill two impressive rooms on the first floor.

In the adjacent rooms the visitor can see landscapes by Károly Markó as well as major works by József Borsos, Miklós Barabás, Mihály Zichy, Gyula Benczúr, and Bertalan Székely. A separate room presents the work of the greatest renewers of 19th-century Hungarian art: Pál Szinyei-Merse, Mihály Munkácsy and László Paál. The one-time ballroom of the palace displays works of Naturalist and early plein-air painting that in many instances paved the way to Modernism. Works by László Mednyánszky, Géza Mészöly, Lajos Deák-Ébner, Simon Hollósy, and István Csók form the backbone of this unit.

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The Rákosi album, in which the people of Dunaújváros applied for the name of Sztálin
Temporary exhibition 1970.01.01. 01:00
Intercisa Museum, Dunaújváros

The history of Dunaújváros

The exhibition demonstrates the history of the building and development of the town up to the beginning of the 1970'ies. An exciting documen is the so-called Red book in which the citizens of our town solicited for the name Stalin to become the name of the town. continue
Temporary exhibition 2016.08.01. - 2016.08.31.
Pál Kiss Museum, Tiszafüred

Aluminium Dinner-Cans from Tiszafüred

We show three aluminium dinner-cans which were made in Tiszafüred in the 1970’s. That time a plant of Budapest Aluminiumárugyár was settled in Tiszafüred and this was the „conquest of industry” in the settlement. continue
A taste of the exhibition
Temporary exhibition 1970.01.01. 01:00
Attila József Museum, Makó

Strenuous Centuries - The history of the town of Makó from its rebuilding to the change of the social system (1699-1989)

The new permanent exhibition at the Attila József Museum of Makó managed by the Csongrád County self-government Opened on 26 June, after six-month's work. The showing fulfilling requirements of the 21st century presents the history of the town of Makó after the resettling of 1699 after expulsion of the Turkish to the change of regime in 1989. continue
Temporary exhibition 2016.07.22. - 2016.10.09.
, Tihany

Gulácsy’s dreams

From the 22th July the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation offers an exquisite selection at this exhibition, to reveal a more intimate facet of Lajos Gulácsy’s (1882-1932) art. continue
Temporary exhibition 1970.01.01. 01:00
Kogart House, Budapest

Kaleidoscope

This also means that what you can see on the walls and in between them at our new exhibition are only nodes on the many strands of the KOGART Collection. continue
The Sáfrik Mill has been protected a monument since 1966. It was built by Antal Hunyadi in the period from 1861 to 67 , with under powered grinding structure. The walls of the then three-story mill were built of sun dried brick. continue
The emuseum entrance opens from the inner yard of the castle
Thanks to her growing sense of nationhood and her developing middle class, during the course of the nineteenth century Hungary saw the creation of several museums. First among these new institutions was the National Museum. A museum dedicated solely to the history of Budapest came into existence only toward the end of the last century. Its core collection consisted of finds from the building sites, from archaeological excavations, and earlier collections which help shed light on of Budapest's history. continue
The Museum of the National Széchényi Library in the Buda castle (F building)
There is no similar museum in the whole world. It does not display a book historical exhibition or a single antique library hall, but the everyday athmosphere around the librarians and readers between the years 1802 and 1985. It displays items of several Hungarian libraries. continue
On the south-western end of the castle we catch sight of the Fire Tower, the only and 48 metres high tower of the castle. The cylindrical part is made of crushed stone and is probably built in the medieval ages, but the exact date of construction is unknown. continue
The palace building
The excavation works at the most well-known historic building of Visegrád began in the 1870's. The finds were moved to the National Museum. In 1927, the Castle Committee was established to save the ruins of the castle. continue
The Fortress
Fort Sandberg at Komárom (North-West Hungary) is the largest military fortress of the 19th century in Central Europe, built by the Austrian Empire. As an important element of the Komárom defensive line protecting the Danube and Vienna, the fortress was built after the defeat of the1848-49 Hungarian Revolution and Independence War. continue
Entrance to the Royal Palace
One of the most respected noblemen of the 18th century, Count Antal Grassalkovich I (1694-1771) started the construction works of the Gödöllő Palace in 1735. The first contstruction phase lasted until 1749. This was the time when the first U-shaped wing embracing the inner courtyard was completed based on András Mayerhoffer's plans, including the ornamental hall and the noble suites. continue