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On Saturday June 20, 2020, the Cistercian Historic Library of National Széchényi Library opened its doors again to tourists. As of Tuesday June 23, readers can also visit the library again.
The new Organizational and Operational Rules (OOR) of NSZL have entered into force. At the same time, we publish the situation analysis and concept underpinning the new OOR, Dávid Rózsa’s application for the position of Director-General of National Széchényi Library.
As of Tuesday June 16, 2020, National Széchényi Library will open its doors to readers, in compliance with epidemiological rules due to the coronavirus situation.
Copy making and reference service via phone will be restarted, and we will be able to accept legal deposits as well.
Mikes Kelemen Program now in its seventh year and the growth of NSZL’s collections.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Trianon, National Széchényi Library will commemorate the event with one hundred digitized publications throughout the year.
The new interface makes it easier for partners to make decisions, while the order process is transparent and smooth.
An interview with Dávid Rózsa was aired on the Hungarian Catholic Radio on May 20, 2020, while on May 21, an interview with the new Director-General of the Hungarian national library, appointed in March 2020, was published on the cultural portal entitled Hajónapló (Logbook).
Under the title The War is Over, National Széchényi Library just published a documentary made by its Collection of Historical Interviews 15 years ago. Guided by expert historian Mária Ormos, the film presents what happened in Hungary in the spring of 1945, by pictures of period newsreels, excerpts from life interviews and via personal stories of witnesses.
Our exhibition entitled The Corvina Library and the Buda Workshop won a bronze award in the Interior Design and Exhibition category at this year’s A' Design Award and Competition.
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