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2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Nagykanizsa
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.25.
Baja
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.26.
Mezőtúr
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.25.
Budapest
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.25.
Budapest
2016.06.23. - 2016.06.24.
Budapest
2016.06.23. - 2016.08.28.
Békéscsaba
2016.06.20. - 2016.08.20.
Püspökladány
2016.06.17. - 2016.11.27.
Budapest
2016.06.14. - 2016.10.09.
Békéscsaba
2016.06.08. - 2016.09.18.
Budapest
2016.06.01. - 2016.06.30.
TiszafĂĽred
2016.05.22. - 2016.10.02.
Budapest
2016.05.19. - 2016.06.19.
Budapest
2016.05.14. - 2016.08.30.
Keszthely
Temporary exhibition 2016.06.01. - 2016.06.30.
Pál Kiss Museum, Tiszafüred

Ceramic Brandy Flasks from TiszafĂĽred

In our exhibition we display three traditional glazed ceramic brandy flasks from TiszafĂĽred, made in the last third of the 19th century. These pots were fired twice. The basic colour of these vessels are withe and yellow. continue
Temporary exhibition 2016.06.08. - 2016.09.18.
New Budapest Gallery, Budapest

BLOW-UPS – 1963. The Age of Jancsó’s Cantata

Blow-Ups centres around one particular year in the Sixties: 1963. It does this through the lens of a single work, Miklós Jancsó’s film Cantata, which was shot in 1962 and released in early 1963. continue
Temporary exhibition 2016.04.27. - 2017.03.31.
, PĂ©cs

Come to this spring, its health you’ll find here

The exhibition of medical baths of Hungary and particularly the county of Baranya, related to the 125th anniversary of the Hungarian Association of Balneology Society, fields an extensive range of balneological literature and curative waters, bath life with the help of more than 250 pieces of books and postcards, and more than fifty complementary objects, from the oldest tome, printed in 1714 to contemporary literature. continue
Eger castle
Temporary exhibition 1970.01.01. 01:00
István Dobó Museum, Eger

The history of the castle in Eger

The first church of the Episcopate of Eger was built on the Castle Hill. Later the Roman and Gothic Cathedrals were built next to it. After the Tatar prowled Hungary, the castle was fortified and was continuously under construction until the beginning of the 18th century. The castle became known country-wide after it was heroically defended in 1552. It has been the symbol of patriotism since. continue
Temporary exhibition 2016.04.17. - 2016.05.31.
András Jósa Museum, Nyíregyháza

The history of Tevan family

The Tevan family was probably the earliest of the jewish families settled in Békéscsaba during the first decades of the nineteenth century. The new, two towered synagogue of the New Religion was finished in 1893, which was a realistic mirror of the social situation and communal respect of the Jews of Békéscsaba. continue
Temporary exhibition 2016.05.06. - 2016.08.28.
Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asian Arts, Budapest

Imaging Korea

This exhibit is all the more precious and valuable for containing images of Korea that European observers are seeing for the first time, armed with the vestiges, deep lyricism, and intensity of the people, land, and time of Korea as permeated over the ages and captured from the 1970s to the present by these seven photographers of different artistic bent. continue
The Gate of the Building of the Museum
The millennial town of Sopron has had centuries old connections with mining even before the opening of our museum. Mineral coal was first discovered in 1753 in the historical Hungary, in the woods around Sopron in the area, which is now called Brennbergbánya. Here the coal was started to be used for industrial purposes with very good results until 1951. In 1920, The School of Mining and Forestry that was transferred here from Selmecbánya according to the "Decision of Trianon" started to function in Sopron. continue
The Ferenczy Museum was founded in 1951. It was named after the painter Károly Ferenczy who lived in Szentendre with his family in. It was possible to create a museum in the 1930's. An archeological exhibition opened in the building of the Town's Hall of the findings of the excavation of a Roman Camp supervised by Dr. Lajos Nagy. continue
The museum building
The Kner Printing Museum has been operating since 1970 in the former house of Imre Kner. The house was built in 1925, according to the sketches of the arhitect and graphic Lajos Kozma, in popular baroque style. The exhibition of the museum show the works of the members of Kner family and the history of the Kner press from its opening of 1882 up to our days. continue
The Windmill of Csókás
Békés County was always the best crop producing land in the country. Among others, The selective breeders Mokry Sámuel and Baross László worked in Békés County. The dry- and windmills of the county, alter its steam mills, the first one being the István Mill in Békéscsaba, were among the most modern and the biggest ones in the country. continue
Right from the building of the palace fierce disputes were manifested, but its importance in the trend of international secession and in the lifework of Lechner is now an undoubted fact. The building is characterised by the oriental ornamentation of early secession. The harmony of function, high artistic standards and unique forms is secured by modern static structures. The coloured dome adorned with Zsolnay ceramics and the open entrance hall with its wonderful ornaments still make a warm invitation to the visitors. continue
The museum building
The house and the studio was used for varied things in the past decades. Once it was a kitchen for the police, then a MNDSZ headquarter, a shoemaker workshop etc. The house in which the painter was born was turned into an exhibition ward while the town library and the GAMESZ was moved to the old studio. Presently a tourist agency is run in the studio while in the other part original paintings by Vágó Pál can be seen. continue
The region house
The village of Báta can be approached from road no. 46 in Tolna County. It is 34 kilometers from Szekszárd, 19 kms from Mohács. The village is in the south corner of Sárköz where the Danube and Sárköz meet. Its region was a flood area until the regulation of the Danube. The forest of Gemenc is around the village. The region is rich in wild animals; the eagle and the black stalk are protected animals of the region. continue