2016. May 28. Saturday
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.
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.
The Tevan family was probably the earliest of the jewish families settled in BĂ©kĂ©scsaba 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 BĂ©kĂ©scsaba.
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.
Although one of the strongest representatives of 20th century Hungarian painting, unfortunately, little light was shed on JĂłzsef Koszta (1861-1949) in Recent Decades.. Although his works are featured in almost all collective exhibition related to the era, therefore the artist cannot be missed at any of these exhibitions, his last collective exhibition took place in Budapest 60 years ago - a year before his death -, in1948 at the National Salon took following his awarding with the Kossuth Prize.