FeHoVa, the oldest exhibition series in Hungary is organized for the 24th time this year, Szeretlek Magyarország.hu reported. This one has the longest history, because lots of hunting and fishing fans are attracted by the event. There will be a Franz Joseph I. commemorative exhibition; you can see Hungarian hunters’ trophies from the North Pole; and a commemoration will also be held on Count Zsigmond Széchenyi’s death.

According to Szeretlek Magyarország.hu, the exhibition takes place between 9th and 12th February in HUNGEXPO Budapest fair centre. Organizers are preparing with several novelties this year, including the Hungarian hunters’ trophies form the North Pole (“Ice World”), trophies of 26 Hungarian explorers and globetrotters with photos (“Famous explorers’ trophies”), professional presentations on the biological and hunting features of deer (“The world of deer” trophy show), Abnormal red deer trophies, Franz Joseph I commemorative exhibition, and a commemoration on the 50th anniversary of Count Zsigmond Széchenyi’s death.

Szeretlek Magyarország.hu also told that in 2017, Slovakia is going to be the guest of honour. Hungary’s neighbour is going to show its hunting and trip areas, awarded trophies and guest-inviting offers. Those who are interested not only in hunting but in fishing as well should visit Pavilion G, where they can listen to the presentations of several famous Hungarian fishermen.

Fishery companies are going to show their articles in an even bigger and more modern pavilion. This year, besides the traditional programmes and professional presentations, the results of the Hungarian and international fishing competitions are also going to be announced, the participants are going to be named, and the secrets of the successful competitors are going to be revealed, Szeretlek Magyarország.hu wrote.

The jubilee FeHoVa fishing competition – being a great, one-year long, comprehensive competition organized for the whole fishing society – is also going to take place this year.

Hunting associations, forestries and fishing associations may buy group-tickets. Find further information  and details of the competition here.

Check out the photos of the previous FeHoVa exhibition below.

Photos: fehova.hu

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Source: Szeretlek Magyarország.hu, Fehova.hu

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