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Permanent exhibition
Ópusztaszer National Historic Memorial Park, Ópusztaszer

Nomad Park

On the site beside the horse court we set out to represent the history of the races of the Euro-Asian plains, and all this through archeological relics and ethnographic parallels. Before the Hungarian settlement Huns were one of the nomadic peoples of the region, who changed their life-style in the 10-11th centuries. This change could first of all be put down to the special geographic advantages of the Carpathian Basin. continue
Forester
Permanent exhibition
Ópusztaszer National Historic Memorial Park, Ópusztaszer

Forester house of Kunság

The exhibition presenting the flora and fauna of the biggest conservation area of Csongrád County is located in the office of Pirtó. The research of the conservation area began 100 years ago. continue
Permanent exhibition
Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

Art in the 19th century

As a new thematic unit at our permanent exhibition, we present white marble statues that exemplify types of nude representation, made during the period from the turn of the last century to the 1920s. continue
Permanent exhibition
Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

Change of Pace

The exhibition is introduced by the post-1945 changes, works of art created in the spirit of progressiveness but at the same time linked to pre-war antecedents and testifying to a synthesis of styles that existed side by side and influenced each other (Expressionism, Constructivism, Surrealism, etc.). Visitors can see works from the 1950s: genre paintings, depictions of work and workers, and portraits in accordance with the dictatorship's arts policy of the day, these are stylistically homogeneous and follow the themes laid down at this time. In the next rooms there are works by a new generation.

Non-figurative trends existing in parallel appear as adaptations of Abstract Expressionism as well as of (Neo-)Geometrical, Structuralist and Organic endeavours. Figurative tendencies, versions of Pop Art and Hyperrealism, also significant at the time, are on view in the last section. On the corridor opening from the last row of rooms radical Avant-Garde works can be found primarily built on the use of photography, consisting largely of action documentations, and objects.

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Permanent exhibition
Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

Modern times

The 20th century permanent exhibition dealing with the most important artists and aspirations until the end of the Second World War is located on the recently renovated second-floor of the museum. The time period we concentrate on is 1896 to 1945, with 150 paintings, 30 statues and 200 coins. continue
Permanent exhibition
Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

Late gothic altars

The ground-floor exhibition of wooden sculptures and panel paintings from the Late Middle Ages continues on the first floor, in the former throne room of the palace, and in two connecting rooms. Here a total of fifteen mostly complete winged altarpieces are on display, along with numerous altarpiece fragments. The majority of the works of art on show here are from the early 16th century. In terms of the number of complete altarpieces and their artistic quality, this assemblage is one of the most important of its kind in Europe.

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The museum building
In 1990 the Komló Collection of Natural Sciences was founded, whereas the collection of regional history further operated under the name of Regional Town Museum. Following the change of regime both museums were placed in the Main Square of the town. A new collection of natural sciences was opened in 1997 under the title of The Natural Environment of Mecsek. continue
The museum building
Segesd and its suburbs have been a densely populated place ever since prehistoric times. During the Roman dominion and after the Original Settlement, it was a place where important roads crossed. The chief and tribe leader settled near Segesd in the first half of the 10th century. After the Hungarian constitution, Segesd belonged to the Episcopate of Veszprém. Overseers of the king and later the queen lived in the centre. The royal 'Comitatus of Segesd' of King Béla IV was first mentioned in a charter from 1245, or rather the land of the overseer and his name Mihály, the son of Jákó. continue
The museum building
The museum house, which was furnished by Dr. Judit Szűcs and co-workers, introduces the furniture of the fishermen, sailors, the carpenters, and the peasants who lived in this part of the town. The houses of downtown were mainly built with board pediments made by the carpenters of wood that was shipped down the Tisza from the Carpathians. The museum house was restored in its two window version. continue
Grave Stone
The Stone Collection mostly present the stones found in Szentendre. Among the objects of the Stone Collection, memories of burying and religion as well as stones erected on occasion of the visit of the Emperor and milestones can be found. continue
Water mill built in the 19th century
The water mill built in the middle of the 19th century uses the water of the stream Börzsöny. The long building had used to be a dweling house, a mill and a stable. In the living room today we can visit the exhibition representing the history of the mill industry. The mill is a two-storeyed structure. A wide roof is protecting the wind mill at the cellar level and the power transmitting system connecting to it. continue
The museum building
The imprinted brick collection shown here was collected by the master builder Nándor Őri, member of the management of the Dombóvár Town Development and Protecting Society. The dwelling tower built in the early Middle Ages hosts 765 bricks made in various ages and in different workshops. continue
The museum building
Ferenc Hopp died on 9, September, 1919 in his cottage on Andrássy Street. In his will, he left several valuables to people and gave order for the foundation of the Museum. continue