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The Cistercian Historic Library opened its doors again

NSZL’s Book and Souvenir Shop reopens to visitors

The Corvina Library and the Buda Workshop – 3D version

Growth and expansion of our corvina website
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The corvina website, launched by NSZL in the fall of 2018, has been enhanced and expanded in recent months. During the summer, several content items were added to the service.

Acting Director-General at the head of National Széchényi Library
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Prof. Dr. Miklós Kásler, Minister of Human Capacities, with effect from August 23, 2019, appointed Judit Hammerstein as Director-General of National Széchényi Library.

Kaleidoscope – Fifties in Europe
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National Széchényi Library takes part in a European educational, research and cultural project entitled Kaleidoscope, the Fifties in Europe, featuring the photographic heritage of the 1950s in Europe.

Deadly Carousel –Vali Rácz, the Chanteuse – new content service
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In the audio supplement of a recently published book entitled Halálos körhinta – Rácz Vali, a dizőz (Deadly Carousel –Vali Rácz, the Chanteuse), audio materials of a private collection can be accessed, in addition to dozens of soundtracks kept by the Music Collection of National Széchényi Library.

International professional presence of our Library
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IFLA Library Reference Model (LRM) has been translated into Hungarian. IFLA LRM is a high-level conceptual reference model developed within an entity-relationship modelling framework. It is a basic document serving the renewal of library cataloging.

Professor of Tehran Art University visited NSZL
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On May 24, 2019, Ali Sarlak, professor of Tehran Art University was received by Dr. László Tüske, Director-General of National Széchényi Library.

Balázs Mikusi became member of the Academy for Mozart Research in Salzburg
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With the Head of NSZL’s Music Collection elected, Salzburg-based Akademie für Mozart-Forschung (Academy for Mozart Research) has now two Hungarian members.

I want to be loved (1910)
Kiadványok

Jointly with Kossuth Publishing House, NSZL Publishing House published a facsimile edition of Endre Ady’s volume entitled I want to be loved (1910), with an introduction written by László Boka.