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2023/09/25
On 20 September 2023, five members of a Hungarian–French research project between the Institute of History of the Centre for the Research Centre for the Humanities and the University of Bordeaux visited the NSZL to explore the possibility of future research collaborations.
2023/09/25
Visit us at the 28th Budapest International Book Festival! From 28 September to 1 October 2023, we are looking forward to welcoming you at the Millenáris Park stand B46 with our publications, souvenirs and discounts.
2023/09/25
On 21 and 22 September 2023, almost sixty librarians from fifteen institutions in eleven European countries attended the 9th meeting of the EODOPEN project, held in the NSZL.
2023/09/20
On 20 and 21 September 2023, during the film shooting in the Lions' Courtyard, we will be open for our readers as usual!
2023/09/20
On 21 September 2023, the reading room of the Library of Book History, Library and Information Science will be exceptionally closed. On 22 September, we will be open as usual on Friday!  
2023/09/04
The world of theatre has also expanded to Africa, with the IFTR/FIRT (International Federation for Theatre Research) 2023 Congress being held in West Africa for the first time.
2023/09/04
We protest against the censorship of the messages of our institution, which is responsible for the preservation of our written national culture, and the threatening of our readers and followers; we demand the immediate removal of the blacklisting of the NSZL, the suspension of deletions and the restoration of the mutilated posts!
2023/09/04
The library will be open until 13:00 on Thursday, 7 September 2023. On Friday, we will be open as usual for our readers and visitors!
2023/09/04
The National Library and its partners gifted hundreds of Ukrainian refugee schoolchildren living in Hungary with a collection of stories entitled Ribizli a világ végén [Ribizli at the End of the World], translated into Ukrainian, at an event held in the Capital Circus of Budapest.
2023/08/30
Between 7 and 9 September 2023, the services of the OSZK will be available according to the regular opening hours.
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