Címlap 2

World War I on maps – exhibition

János Arany exhibition

Mihály Tompa – Exhibition


Iranian Ambassador visited NSZL

His Excellency Gholam-Ali Rajabi Yazdi, Ambassador of The Islamic Republic of Iran in Hungary visited our Library in order to have a look at the Persian manuscripts kept in NSZL. Staff members of Tehran National TV accompanied him on his visit.

The original of Hymn in National Széchényi Library

On July 3, 2017, escrow contract of the autograph manuscript of Hymnus (Hymn), a poem by Ferenc Kölcsey will be renewed during a renewal ceremony in National Széchényi Library.

Professional workshop days of priority project “Acting Communities – Active Community Involvement” (EFOP-1.3.1-15-2016-00001)

As part of priority project “Acting Communities – Active Community Involvement” (EFOP-1.3.1-15-2016-00001), professional workshop days will be held in Kecskemét (July 4, 2017) and Székesfehérvár (July 11, 2017).

Specialities of a Cosmographic Atlas 6. – exhibition

Treasures from the map collection of Count Ferenc Széchényi. Golden Age of the Netherlands (Flemish and Dutch maps, atlases)

Content service on the history of the Rákóczi March

National Széchényi Library is proud to present its new thematic website on the history of the Rákóczi March, featuring items of its Music Collection.

Beautiful Hungarian Book 2016

A book by Head of the 1956 Institute János Rainer M., entitled Az 1956-os forradalom (The Revolution of 1956), won an award in the category of scientific works, reference and higher education books.

Double recognition of our publication

Our publication entitled Propaganda in World War I by Iván Bertényi Jr. and László Boka received a diploma at the Beautiful Hungarian Book 2016 competition, in the nonfiction category. At the same time, this volume was also granted the József Antall Memorial Award. Graphic design and layout were made by our colleague Judit Vincze.

The Bibliography of Hungary 1712–1860 IX. Supplements

Géza Petrik’s momentous The Bibliography of Hungary 1712-1860 (Budapest 1888-1892), originally of four volumes, now has a new supplement including prints published in Hungary and abroad in Hungarian or partly in Hungarian, between 1701 and 1800.