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    Walking in Buda Castle

    The Buda Castle District was demolished twice, and its appearance changed accordingly. Chapels were transformed into multi-nave churches, which later became mosques and were replaced by Christian churches again. The majority of the buildings are based on medieval foundations, but today only a few arches and niches are left to remind us of this. When Buda returned to Christian hands after 145 long years, few of the houses and churches in the quarter, which had been under constant cannon fire, remained intact. This week, we invite you to discover the talking streets of the Castle District.

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    Stars, quarters and bull's blood - Sightseeing in Eger

    Eger is a city with a very complex history. The capital of Heves County lies at the foot of the Bükk Mountains and is surrounded by a popular wine region. There are many notable things to remember about the city, including Hungarians’ favourite book, Géza Gárdonyi's novel The Stars of Eger, the Eger Castle, the memory of the heroic castle defenders, the Lyceum, the Basilica, the thermal waters or the “bull's blood” wine and the wine cellars of the Szépasszony Valley.

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    The city of sunshine, Szeged

    The city of Szeged is rich not only in the number of hours of sunshine. Throughout its history, it has often faced hostile armies and River Tisza. However, the city's richness is mainly due to the hard work and resilience of its people, which also required a bit of serendipity. Szeged is the destination of our latest local history adventure.

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    From Baradla to Suba Hole - A brief overview of caving in Hungary

    Our country abounds in caves, whose mysteriousness and the spectacularity of their stalactite and rock formations, sometimes mineral outcrops and prehistoric remains make them an attractive tourist destination. The history of cave exploration in Hungary goes back several centuries, and our exhibition is going to look at the main stages in the history of caving, with a special focus on the most famous Hungarian cave, the World Heritage-listed Baradla, located in Aggtelek National Park.

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    Tour in Egypt

    Humankind came a long way in the past centuries; we have tamed nature, we have walked on the moon, yet we still gaze with inexplicable awe at the remaining wonders of the ancient world, such as the pyramid of Cheops. It was no different at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, according to the images of the Uránia Association, a renowned organiser of educational lectures of the period, which form the backbone of our selection. 

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Virtual exhibitions


Besides searching and browsing digitized cultural contents, visitors can view thematic virtual exhibitions from the records of MaNDA’s database, which are widened weekly. Our aim with the exhibitions is to introduce the cultural contents of the database in a new context, in a way that they would never be in the same virtual room otherwise, due to their spatial, legal or formal features. You can see our former exhibitions under this menu.