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2020/03/17
Prof. Dr. Miklós Kásler, Minister of Human Capacities, with effect from March 16, 2020, appointed Dávid Rózsa as Director-General of National Széchényi Library.
2020/03/16
In view of the epidemic situation, National Széchényi Library will suspend indefinitely its personally available public services as of Tuesday March 17, 2020.
2020/03/13
NSZL will be closed on Saturday March 14, 2020
2020/03/10
In view of the international and Hungarian virus situation, National Széchényi Library suspended organizing guided group tours of exhibitions, will not welcome visitor groups, or hold public and professional events after March 10, 2020.
2020/03/06
On Floor 8 of the building of National Széchényi Library, we will soon be opening a Digitalization Center that is unique on a regional level.
2020/03/02
Count Ödön Széchenyi, son of Count István Széchenyi, first met the idea of an uphill funicular at the Paris International Exposition of 1867. On returning back to Hungary, he wanted to adapt it to the local environment right away. 
2020/03/04
Until the end of March 2020, there will be almost continuous and, at times, rather strong noise nuisance in the common research room of NSZL’s Manuscript Collection and the Early Printed Books Archive. The problem has been caused by ongoing construction work in the territory of Budapest History Museum.
2020/02/27
The Choir of National Széchényi Library cordially invites you to its spring concert presenting works composed by romantic composers. The concert will take place on March 25, 2020 in the Chamber Hall of the Old Academy of Music.
2020/02/19
HAS Research Centre for the Humanities, Lendület (“Momentum”) Western Hungarian Literature 1770–1820 Research Group, MOKKA Association, MOKKA-R Division and the HAS Book Historical Working Committee will hold a joint conference on March 6, 2020 in Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
2020/02/24
Ernő Borbély: The Political Academy of Enyed. Political Prisoners in Romania in the '80s
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