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Bibliotheca Corvina Virtualis

Reader passes can be paid for by credit card

1,000 digitized maps

NSZL’s Book and Souvenir Shop reopens to visitors

Visegrád Portraits. Artistic obeisance to the cooperation of Central European countries
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With the participation of National Széchényi Library, an exhibition of the works of graphic artist Tibor Gaál, featuring prominent figures of the V4 countries, will be opened in Várkert Bazár (Castle Garden Bazaar).

Book donation from the United States
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A major part of the books received from the Vice Consulate of Hungary in Houston are hungarica published in the diaspora, to which National Széchényi Library has not had an access.

 

As of October 1, touch-free body temperature measurement at our main entrance is mandatory
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As of Thursday October 1, 2020, touch-free body temperature measurement is mandatory for our readers on entering the library building.

 

“Hungary can be proud of its national library” – Interview with Director-General Dávid Rózsa
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‘We aim at giving even more to the country, to the nation, and plan to show even more of the treasures that we keep here,’ said Dávid Rózsa, Director-General of National Széchényi Library.

The Reading Room of the Poster and Small Print Collection has been closed due to current pandemic measures
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Dear Readers,

Hereby we inform you that the Reading Room of the Poster and Small Print Collection on Floor 5 has been closed due to current pandemic measures.

NSZL to launch a new digital content service entitled “Földabrosz” (Earth Cloth)
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National Széchényi Library has provided free access to approximately 1,000 digitized maps that were printed in Hungary or abroad before 1850.

Reader passes can be paid for by credit card in NSZL
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Since August 25, 2020, credit card payment has been available at the registration desk of National Széchényi Library.

“National Széchényi Library has a fantastic collection and staff.”– Interviews with Director-General Dávid Rózsa
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In the past few weeks, several interviews appeared in the written press and in various radio broadcasts in connection with the current situation and future of National Széchényi Library.