Day of Hungarian Culture Was Succesful

The Day of Hungarian Culture (January 22) is celebrated each year on the anniversary of Ferenc Kölcsey completing the final draft of Himnusz (Hymn), the poem which, set to music, became the national anthem of Hungary. Celebrating it in the Hungarian House of New York, in this year Nikolett Pankovits…

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Christmas Fair Was Succesful in Hungarian House

The Hungarian House of New York organised and hosted a succesful Christmas Fair at Sunday, December 11. Seventeen vendors sold their ware, mostly handcrafted goods. Books, cakes, sweets, buther’s meat, handmade decoration for Advent and Christmas, special soaps were sold. Children were able to join to handcraft workshops. A group…

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Hungarian Language Courses Start in January

There three upcoming Hungarian language courses hosted by the Hungarian House of New York and organised by the American Hungarian Library. The Hungarian for Beginners is geared towards the basics of Hungarian, starting with the most important expressions and some basic rules. If you are interested in Hungarian culture and…

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Christmas Fair at the Hungarian House

Last year our Christmas Fair was a great success. This year, besides the traditional Hungarian food, delicacies, and mulled wine, we have invited several Hungarian craftsmen to sell their products. Hungarian delicacies, concert, arts and crafts for children. The fair will be held on Sunday, December 11, 10:00 am –…

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The Life of Áron Márton: Exhibition Opened

The Hungarian House of New York hosted an exhibition about the life of Áron Márton, bishop of Transylvania, who was prosecuted by the nationalist communist regime of Romania during the second part of the 20th century. The exhibition was organized by the Pro Patria Association and the State Secretariat for…

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