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Temporary exhibition 2019.04.07. - 2019.06.23.
MODEM Modern és Kortárs Művészeti Központ, Debrecen

Mania

Mania is a common inner response to the outside world, a meditative self-healing process responding to current social, political and individual life situations. continue
Permanent exhibition
Rippl-Rónai Museum, Kaposvár

Treasured from the Soil of Somogy County

The exhibition invites the visitors to a journey in time. It presents the most important finds in the county, from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages. The items are on display in showcases; however, there are a great number of them still in the museum’s storages. continue
A taste of the exhibition
Permanent exhibition
Rippl-Rónai Museum, Kaposvár

Our natural heritage

The exhibition presenting the natural values of Somogy County begins with the presentation of the geographic situation of the county, which is followed by the presentation of the history of its geochronological formation. continue
New Empire (18. dynasty, around 1350 BC), Nobel women statue fracture: ( 1350 BC), grit, 34 cm
Permanent exhibition
Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

Egyiptom collection

The 200th anniversary of the foundation of the Hungarian National Museum is closely related to the beginning of Hungarian Egyptology. 100 years ago the founder of Hungarian Egyptology, Mahler Ede announced the gathering of all the Egyptian objects of the private- and public collections. continue
Permanent exhibition
Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives, Budapest

100!

This year, The Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives was first opened 100 ago. On occasion of the anniversary, the institution is undergoing a complete renovation. Perhaps the most important moment of that is that the permanent exhibition that has not been changed for more than thirty years is to be redone. continue
Permanent exhibition
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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Synagogue entrance
The exact date of the settlement of the Jews in Sopron is unknown. However, we know that in the 13th century about 10 to 16 families lived in the New street (former Jewish street). Their street canot be called as a getto, because several Christian families lived here as well. Although the Jews who lived here were not really rich people, at the beginning of the 14th century they somehow managed to build this gothic synagoge unique to the whole of Central Europe. continue
Inside the museum
The exhibition opened on 15 March 2001 in the granary of the Batthyány manor building constructed in 1752. The Municipal Library is downstairs while the Local History and Ethnography Showing is upstairs in the building. 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
The Village Museum building
The house reconstructed to present the life and equipments of the tenants of Füzér was built in 1879 according to the date carved in the crossbeam. The house is situated in the backyard. Beside the house a so-called 'hidasól' (sty) and a 'sop' can be found. The pattern of the peasant houses followed the room-porch-chamber partitioning with a separate barn. continue
The museum building
The Intercisa Museum collects the archeological, historical and ethnographical materials. These items are shown both on permanent and temporal exhibitions. In the region of the Dunai Vasmű and the town built arond it there had been a Roman settlement and cemetary. continue
We are guiding you into an open-air Ethnographic Museum. All significant works on popular architecture published after the 1930'ies talk about this street of Széplak in Fertő region. Fortunately, five neighbouring houses of the street are still standing, and this gave us the opportunity to not only show this type of traditional houses, but also to recall the athmosphere the street secured in the past. continue
Ruins of the Roman spa
The public baths of the legionary fortress, the Thermae Maiores, were discovered during the first excavations in Aquincum in 1778 when one of the bath's halls came to light. István Schönvisner, the director of these investigations, published his results in the same year under the title "De Ruderibus Caldariique Romani". Soon after its recovery, this section of the baths was displayed to the public in a special protective construction. continue