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The national library celebrates its 221st anniversary on 25 November 2023. On our Open Day, you can visit our exhibitions and digitisation centre, take part in our English building tours, and enjoy a children's play house and craft activities!
The library closes on Friday, 10 November at 5 pm. On Saturday we will be open as usual.
From 2 November 2023 until the end of April 2024, the services of the National Library of Foreign Literature will be available on a modified basis.
Presentation of the Leuven Early Music Centre, the Alamire Foundation.
The Friends of the Bremen City Library arrived at the NSZL on 7 October 2023.
Constantine P. Cavafy was born 160 years ago. On 6 October 2023, the National Library of Foreign Languages celebrated the jubilee of the internationally renowned Greek writer.
Judit Gerencsér, Deputy Director General, represented Hungary and the national library.
The Best Print Hungary special prize of the Federation of Hungarian Printers and Paper Makers was awarded to the facsimile edition of the Buda Chronicle.
On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Imre Madách and the 140th anniversary of the premiere of the Tragedy on stage, the National Library of Foreign Literature organised a conference on 28 September 2023 on Madách's literary works and translations. The exhibition will be open to the public until the end of October.
The Head of the Public Collection Standardisation Office of the Digital Humanities Centre, Szabolcs Dancs, was invited by the Association of Hungarian Librarians in Slovakia (SZMKE) to participate in the Association's conference on 18 September 2023, which was held at the Cultural and Educational Centre of the State Academic Library in Košice.
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