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The Library Choir of NSZL cordially invites you to the concert to be held in memory of conductor Mária Mohay-Katanics. The event will start at 6 p.m. on Saturday November 9, 2019 in the Ceremonial Hall of the Hungarian Dance Academy.
On our first further training day, starting at 10 a.m. on November 5, 2019, we will tackle the issue of smart cities, which is increasingly present in international literature, and the potential role libraries can play in them.
The chamber exhibition organized with the cooperation of the Institute for Literary Studies, Research Center for the Humanities of HAS and National Széchényi Library will be open until Wednesday October 31, 2019.
On Wednesday October 30, 2019, from morning presumably until late afternoon, interstate guests protected by special security measures will be received on the territory of Buda Castle District. During this time, pedestrian traffic between Dísz Square and National Széchényi Library will be restricted from time to time, for longer or shorter periods. We kindly ask you not to deliver legal deposit copies to NSZL throughout the day.
The oldest books on the most modern online surface.
On November 14, 2019, National Széchényi Library will host a professional day on the tasks of public collections related to the archiving of web and other internet content. The professional day, to be held in the Ceremonial Hall of the Library, is a sequel to the ones held on November 15, 2018 and on October 13, 2017.
For three weeks, minute by minute, we can listen to what was on air on Radio Free Europe in 1956 – as it is reported on the website of First University Radio of the city of Pest “SZER56”.
Starting at 2 p.m. on Friday October 25, 2019, a commemoration ceremony will be held in honor of the heroes of the Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight of 1956.
The Publishing House of National Széchényi Library will wait for visitors with two book presentations at the Margó Festival of Literature and Book Fair in Várkert Bazár.
The exhibition will present a selection of portraits of Hungary as featured in 16th–20th century English, French, German, Italian and Latin fiction, based on prints kept by National Széchényi Library.
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