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The recently published Attila József issue of Irodalmi Magazin (Literary Magazine) will be available free of charge for a few hours on April 11, 2020.  The magazine is a quarterly publication published jointly by Magyar Napló (Hungarian Journal) and National Széchényi Library.
Registered readers of National Széchényi Library can have a remote access to the database of Kossuth Publishing House.
Highlighting special details of our collection, we offer a compilation to prepare for Easter, and we wish all our Readers a peaceful, blessed holiday!
Via the renewed service, web content can be recommended for long-term preservation by filling in a form.
A richly decorated album was published in close connection with the theme of the exhibition, based on Ady relics from the collection of National Széchényi Library.
In order to facilitate our readers’ research and learning activities, we will extend the validity of NSZL reader passes expiring between March 14 and May 31, 2020 for further two months, upon request by the reader, free of charge.
Many libraries in the country bring books to the elderly and disabled people. Enthusiastic librarians read tales online for children trapped inside four walls, and the könyvtá website offers library podcasts to adults during the coronary epidemic.
You can follow the main events of the Hungarian national library and also have a look at  library reports in  the latest, 2015–2016–2017 issue of NSZL’s almanac.  
On the website of the Hungarian Library Institute, we have added a new, highlighted menu item summing up all the library information on the epidemic situation summing up all the library information on the epidemic situation in the Information Services menu. (All information is in Hungarian, we show you this merely for your information.)
You can learn the characteristic dances of eight regions of Hungary from the comfort of your home with the help of National Széchényi Library. Teaching of the dances will be presented by members of the most outstanding children's ensembles, winners of the Szarvas Children's Solo Dance Festival.
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