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The First Tunisian Restaurant Opened in Budapest

Edited by Anna Popper To the delight of authentic food lovers, the local gastronomic palette continues to be more colourful. From now on, people can...

The Budapest’s Thai Festival is back in 2023

Edited by Anna Popper To the great delight of Hungarians and foreigners, after a two-year hiatus due to the restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,...
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Less Debt, More Conservation: Ecuador Strikes Largest “Debt For Nature” Swap in History to...

Edited by Anna Popper The Ecuadorian Government, led by President Guillermo Lasso Mendoza, announced on 9 May 2023 a milestone that will mark the history of...

Expertise Has No Gender – The EqualVoice Movement by Ringier comes to Hungary

Gender equality is a fundamental human right and it matters! Edited by Anna Popper Gender Equality was made part of international human rights law by the...

Vietnamese Culture Day 2023 in Hungary

Edited by Anna Popper The Embassy of Vietnam in Hungary, in cooperation with Zalaegerszeg city’s authorities and Vietnamese associations in Hungary, organised a Day of...

Tea Ceremony hosted by the Ambassador of Japan

Edited by Anna Popper Experiencing a tea ceremony gives a glimpse into a fascinating part of vibrant Japanese culture, which has rich history, diverse aspects...

Celebrating the Polish Constitution Day 2023

Edited by Anna Popper The Polish Constitution of 3 May 1791 was the first written national constitution in Europe and the second oldest in the...

The Last Private Audience of Pope Francis in Budapest

Edited by Anna Popper The long-awaited apostolic visit of Pope Francis in Hungary between 28 and 30 April 2023 marks his 41st journey abroad since...

The History of Chocolate Begins in Ecuador, the Original Home of Cocoa

Edited by Anna Popper Latin America is widely known as the birthplace of cocoa (cacao), however, according to recent archaeological research, cocoa’s original homeland is...

Dutch King’s Day – Koningsdag 2023

Edited by Anna Popper Celebrating the monarch’s anniversary has been a tradition in the Netherlands for several generations. King’s Day is an annual national holiday in...

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