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The exhibition will be opened on March 20, 2015, at 4.30 p.m. by Prof. Dr. Szabolcs Szuromi Anzelm O.Praem., Rector of Péter Pázmány Catholic University. Music will be played by Armenian accordion artist David Yengibarjan.
National Széchényi Library, the national library of Hungary proudly presents its new, English-language site. Meant for serving our international readers and users, all the inner pages of the Hungarian site have been translated which can be relevant and interesting for our virtual visitors from beyond the borders of Hungary. So let us send you a very warm welcome and wish you a pleasant and useful visit to our English-language site!
The Research Center of Church History of Pécs University, the Hungarian Pauliner Convent and National Széchényi Library cordially invite you to a scientific conference related to the exhibition entitled Our Pauliner Monks, the White Friars. Conference venue is Faculty Boardroom of BTK TTK at Pécs University.
Bulletin 2014, the English-language version of Mercurius, was published recently. Mercurius and Bulletin are sophisticated professional yearbooks published by National Széchényi Library, serving as continuations to the one-time OSZK Híradó (NSZL News) and NSZL yearbooks.
According to an agreement signed with Kossuth Publishing House, members of NSZL staff and the Library’s permanent, registered readers, holding a plastic card, can get a 15 percent discount in the Budapest-based bookshops of Kossuth Publishing Group.
Szécsény was looking forward to the period elapsing between January 23 and 25, 2015. On the occasion of the Day of Hungarian Culture, the manuscript of Hymnus (Anthem) by Hungarian poet Ferenc Kölcsey arrived in Ferenc Kubinyi Museum. The event was organized by Gyula Krúdy Municipal Cultural Center and Library.
National Széchényi Library’s Choir and several contributing artists took part in the Carnival Concert of NSZL in the Ceremonial Hall of the Library on February 14, 2015.
Hereby we inform our Readers that NSZL has been provided trial access to five new ProQuest databases until May 5, 2018. For more information on the databases click here.
National Széchényi Library asks for Your support. We kindly ask You to consider supporting us with 1 percent of your personal income tax, so that Hungary’s national library could serve its readers and visitors with an ever growing document collection and high-level services and exhibitions. Thank You for Your support!
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