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On 17 April 2024, the National Library hosted the 2024 General Assembly of Hungary of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML), where the Head of the Music Collection of the NSZL gave a presentation to the audience.
The Haydneum – Hungarian Centre for Early Music Foundation held its annual press conference on 17 April 2024, where the results of the joint cooperation with the Hungarian National Library were presented.
Director General Dávid Rózsa presented our library to PR and communication professionals at the Connect Conference on 11 April 2024.
In line with its mission, the NSZL donated 453 books to the library of Pribeník on 11 April 2024 to improve its book collection. The NSZL also presented more than 140 colouring and activity books to local preschool and primary school children. 
The temporary exhibition, which will run for three months, began with a grand opening on 11 April 2024.
The NSZL's temporary exhibition presents an innovative and family-friendly approach to time in ancient and Christian culture: in addition to calendars, chronicles, postcards and photographs, visitors can try out tangible and digital curiosities for children, too.
On 10 April 2024, the Ambassador of the Republic of Peru to Hungary, Edgar Pérez Alván, visited the NSZL.
The National Library of Foreign Literature (OIK) reopened its doors on Saturday, 6 April 2024, with a public family day, which was dedicated to the world of the Lord of the Rings, including the ceremonial unveiling of the 100-volume Tolkien collection.
We would like to inform our readers that on Thursday, 11 April 2024, the website and catalogues of the National Library of Foreign Literature will be temporarily unavailable due to IT maintenance. We kindly ask for your patience and understanding!
The manuscripts of Ferenc Kölcsey’s prose works and six of his previously unknown poem fragments, manuscript letters and poems by Julia Szendrey, as well as 19th century photographs, including daguerreotypes of the Egressy family, have been made available to the public in the NSZL’s Copia and Fototér content service.
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