Címlap 2

Our databases in 2020

Sound Library

Bibliotheca Corvina Virtualis

Multifaceted Slide Film – Eras and Techniques
The exhibition entitled Multifaceted of Slide Film - Eras and Techniques opens on 2 June at 17.00 in the Historical Photo and Video Collection on floor 7.
LAND OF POEMS. Hymn, Appeal, National Song – our emblematic poems
The poems transcend themselves; they have acquired many meanings over their one and a half to two centuries of history. They have become the defining works of our collective memory and national identity, our national memory spaces.
Our film 'My brethren, you see...' now available to everyone

The film presents the Latin Pray Codex which contains the Funeral Sermon and Prayer, the first coherent Hungarian text, and follows the long process of making the decorative copy presented to Pope Francis.

Central Europe’s largest and most modern Digitisation Centre in a public collection inaugurated

On 11 February, Gergely Gulyás, Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office, inaugurated the Digitisation Centre, and a digitisation cooperation agreement was signed between the NSZL and the Haydneum – Hungarian Centre for Early Music.


Film premiere in the NSZL

A film was made about the making of decorative facsimile copy of the Pray Codex, its history, and the Funeral Sermon and Prayer.

Web Archiving Conference in Warsaw

Our colleague in the Web Archiving Department, Márton Németh, attended the Web Archiving Conference in Poland on 16–17 November.


V4 Cultural Conference

On the occasion of Hungary's Presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries, the Secretariat of the Minister of State for Culture of the Ministry of Human Capacities organizes a large-scale international conference on 1 and 2 December in order to overview the best practices of cultural institutions during the pandemic and their future opportunities, considering the whole cultural sector.

Annual conference and workshop of EODOPEN project

The 5th annual conference and workshop of EODOPEN project was held online, with the active participation of our colleagues (Dr. Csilla Mezei, Rita Ráczné Radó, Szabolcs Dancs).