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Ernő Borbély: The Political Academy of Enyed. Political Prisoners in Romania in the '80s
Our exhibition honors the oeuvre of sculptor, medal artist and graphic artist Miklós Borsos, who died thirty years ago. The exhibition will be open from February 18 until April 30, 2020.
Our services are scheduled to resume on February 26, 2020 at a new location, with renewed equipment, and offering higher quality.
A dance card or programme du bal was typically a booklet, initially made with a simple floral cover, later, however, it became a real masterpiece. National Széchényi Library has set up a mini-exhibition presenting various dance cards kept in its collection. The exhibition will be open from February 6 until February 25, 2020.
The digital archive, made on the occasion of Francis II Rákóczi Memorial Year in National Széchényi Library, can also be used for educational and research purposes, as a rich source of Hungarian social and military history of the 17th and 18th centuries. The digital archive was made in the framework of the Public Collection Digitization Strategy tender.
Organized by the Theater History Collection of National Széchényi Library, a book presentation ceremony will start at 4 p.m. on February 14, 2020 in Boardroom 516 of National Széchényi Library.
The Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics of Eötvös Lorand University and the Map Collection of NSZL invite entries to the exhibition entitled “Hungarian Maps of 2019”, to which every Hungarian map making and publishing workshop can apply with either print or digital cartographic works, or books.
National Széchényi Library is preparing for the Day of Hungarian Culture with the original manuscript of the Hymn and the related Erkel sheet music, a chamber exhibition on Ady, a writer workshop and the presentation ceremony of an illustrated album. On this day, the national library also awaits its visitors with a 50-percent discount from the annual registration fee.
On January 22, 2020, we await our visitors with a 50-percent discount from the annual Library registration fee!
The program will begin at 1 p.m. on Wednesday January 22, 2020.
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