Hungarian Citizenship Course Starts in January

Are you up to becoming a Hungarian citizen? If your answer is yes, the New York Hungarian Library’s new Hungarian Citizenship Course is for you! Prospective citizens need to prepare for their interview and this is an easy, fun and effective way to do it. When and where will the…

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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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Milestones: Exhibition About Freedom Fighters and Emigrants of 1956 is Opened

Milestones – American-Hungarian Immigrants in the aftermath of 1956: Portraits and Life Stories. That’s the title of the exhibition which was opened on 22th October 2016, Saturday afternoon, commemorating the 60th anniversary of the revolution and freedom fight of 1956 against communism. Milestones was organized by the Hungarian House of…

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