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Our databases in 2020

Bibliotheca Corvina Virtualis

V4 Cultural Conference

On the occasion of Hungary's Presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries, the Secretariat of the Minister of State for Culture of the Ministry of Human Capacities organizes a large-scale international conference on 1 and 2 December in order to overview the best practices of cultural institutions during the pandemic and their future opportunities, considering the whole cultural sector.

Annual conference and workshop of EODOPEN project

The 5th annual conference and workshop of EODOPEN project was held online, with the active participation of our colleagues (Dr. Csilla Mezei, Rita Ráczné Radó, Szabolcs Dancs).

Corvinas of Vienna – workshop in Vienna

A meeting of Austrian and Hungarian researchers was held in Vienna at the Collegium Hungaricum on 18 and 19 November 2021.


Turkish book donation to the NSZL

On 3 November 2021, the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism cerelmoniously presented the National Library with a donation of books.

‘404 Not Found – Who will preserve the Internet?’ Video conference and workshop – 2021

On 23–24 November 2021, the National Széchényi Library is organizing the annual event about archiving web content. The conference and workshop is being organized online via Microsoft Teams, the same way as last year. 

Under European skies. Excerpts from the 16th–19th century image of Hungary

Chamber exhibition by the staff of the Collection of Early Printed Books: visitors can explore the landscapes of the early modern Kingdom of Hungary with the help of selected journey reports by Western European travellers.

Presentation by our colleague Boglárka Illyés at the Saint-Saëns Conference in Paris
To mark the 100th death anniversary of the French composer Camille Saint-Saëns, an international academic conference was held between 6 and 8 October 2021.
Book launch of the facsimile edition of the Kalmáncsehi Breviary

The compilation of facsimiles will be accompanied by a volume of studies, the authors include Judit Lauf and Edina Zsupán, two members of the Res libraria Hungariae Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the National Széchényi Library