József Richter circus director is feeding the animals in a voluntary quarantine on 2 April 2020.
The Hungarian town of Szentendre is one of the ten recipients of the European Commission’s European Heritage Label, a distinction granted to sites with a significance in the history, culture and development of Europe, this year, under the commission’s decision announced on Tuesday.
This year’s Budapest Spring Festival, scheduled for April 3-19, has been cancelled, the organisers said.
With the closure of cultural institutions, more and more people are reorganizing their normal operations to help protect against coronavirus in the spirit of social responsibility.
A dancer is rehearsing in self-imposed quarantine on 26 March 2020.
Lonely jogger in the deserted Budapest on 24 March 2020.
National holiday with over 10.000 flags on the main square of Nagykanizsa on 13 March 2020.
Budapest’s cinemas, theatres, museums and libraries are being closed down for the time being in connection with the new coronavirus, Gergely Karácsony, the city’s mayor, announced on Thursday.
This year’s Budapest International Book Fair and the Madách International Theatre Festival (MITEM) have been postponed to a later date, organisers of the two events said.
Hungary’s Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music ranks among the top 50 on the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) list of global performing arts universities, and it scores 21st in terms of its reputation. In the central and eastern European region, the Liszt Ferenc Academy, in 47th place, is the only one to make it to the top […]