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On November 25, 2020, it is (also) worth monitoring our website and social media sites, because during the day we will come forward with a lot of interesting things, games and valuable prizes, and at noon it will be revealed which of our colleagues received the award of the Hungarian national library, the Széchényi Commemorative Medal, this year.
Our latest digital content service dubbed Régi Ritka (Old Rare) further expands the range of special documents that you can browse from the comfort of your home.
In line with Government Decree No. 484/2020 (XI. 10.), National Széchényi Library has suspended indefinitely its personally available public services as of Wednesday November 11, 2020. Please, note that many of our services are still available remotely (via email, online).  
On December 2, 2020, National Széchényi Library (NSZL) will host a professional day on web archiving for the fourth time. Due to the pandemic situation, the professional day can be followed by those interested on the Internet through the Teams application.
Entitled “1956 – history on leaflets”, a new, freely accessible digital content service has been launched by National Széchényi Library.
With the participation of National Széchényi Library, an exhibition of the works of graphic artist Tibor Gaál, featuring prominent figures of the V4 countries, will be opened in Várkert Bazár (Castle Garden Bazaar).
A major part of the books received from the Vice Consulate of Hungary in Houston are hungarica published in the diaspora, to which National Széchényi Library has not had an access.  
As of Thursday October 1, 2020, touch-free body temperature measurement is mandatory for our readers on entering the library building.  
‘We aim at giving even more to the country, to the nation, and plan to show even more of the treasures that we keep here,’ said Dávid Rózsa, Director-General of National Széchényi Library.
Dear Readers, Hereby we inform you that the Reading Room of the Poster and Small Print Collection on Floor 5 has been closed due to current pandemic measures.
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