Visegrad Four, Turkey in focus of PesText literary festival

The literature of the four Visegrad countries and Turkey, as well as Hungarian authors writing in other...

Hungarian books recommended by Marilyn Monroe and Sophie Marceau

There are amazing pieces of Hungarian literature, some of which are still unknown to the world because...

The greatest cultural festival of Transylvania – Hungarian Cultural Days of Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca)

The Hungarian Cultural Days of Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca) just started at the weekend (17th August),...

Hungary-Latvia cultural cooperation working plan signed in Riga

A working plan for Hungarian-Latvian cultural cooperation has been signed in Riga by human resources...
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Hungarian publishers present latest Korean translations in Seoul

Hungarian publishers are presenting the newest Korean translations of volumes in their catalogues at the...

Budapest in Hungarian literature: the city of adventures, beauty and disillusionment

If they could talk, the streets of Budapest could tell thousands of stories about love, friendship, goodbyes and new...

The biggest yet unsolved Hungarian historical mystery: how did Sándor Petőfi die?

Petőfi is undoubtedly the most famous Hungarian poet, his works have been translated on most foreign languages, but we do not know how, where...

Biography about the Hungarian ‘king of blues’, Little G Weevil

A biographical novel will be written about the adventurous life of the Hungarian 'king of blues', Little G Weevil whose musical talent was...

Azerbaijani book corner opened in Hungary

On 3rd of May 2019,  the opening ceremony of “Azerbaijani Book Corner” was held in Dunaújváros...

Creative videos celebrating the Day of Hungarian Poetry

We celebrate the Day of Hungarian Poetry on 11 April. In honour of this very special day, many people decided to recite their favourite poems...