Moscow (MTI) – A three-month Hungarian Cultural Festival in Russia that ended on Tuesday had attracted much interest.

More than 200 representatives of Hungarian art and culture were featured at 20 exhibitions, concerts and other events in Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Saint Petersburg and Kazan, Hungarian ambassador Janos Balla said. The festival marked the 25th anniversary of the founding of a Hungarian institute in Moscow, he added.

He highlighted a Munkacsy exhibition at the Pushkin Museum and a Robert Capa exhibition at the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. These two events attracted more than 130,000 visitors each, he added.


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