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3rd program in Lecture Series examines Hungarian and Polish democratic revolutions.

Please join us at the Cleveland Hungarian Museum on Saturday, April 15th, for the 3rd program in our 2023 Spring Lecture Series! “Democratic revolutions in Authoritarian States: Analysis of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and the 1980 Polish Solidarity Movement”, Presented by Marcin Zgiep. Modern democracy is a Western (American, British or French) ideal which is […]

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Children’s program was truly a gift of culture!!

The last program of the 2022 Fall Lecture Series was held at the Museum on Saturday, December 10th, with 29 children participating. Their parents and/or their grandparents came along, and  all of them were looking forward to visiting with Mikulás Bácsi. While the children waited for the good bishop to arrive, they had the opportunity to participate […]

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November 12th program celebrates 800th anniversary of Hungary’s Golden Bull (Aranybulla).

Please join us on Saturday, November 12th at the Cleveland Hungarian Museum at 2 o’clock for the third program in our  2022 Fall Lecture Series entitled The Story of the Golden Bull (Aranybulla) Our presenter will be Andrea Meszaros. Andrea received her B.A. in History from John Carroll University, and her JD from Case Western […]

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October 8th program featured personal stories about Hungarian identity.

We had a wonderful program on Saturday October 8th! This was the second in our Lecture Series, and it was truly a memorable experience for all of us- both for the presenters as well as our guests. Five members of our Hungarian community here in Northeast, Ohio shared their thoughts in discussing the topic, Getting to know members of our […]

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Celebrating the Kossuth Monument, The United Hungarian Societies, and the visit to Cleveland by Hungary’s President, her Excellency, Katalin Novák

Saturday, September 24th was truly a day of commemoration, as Cleveland’s Hungarian community celebrated the 120th anniversary of the dedication of the statue of Louis (Lajos) Kossuth. The Kossuth Monument stands on Euclid Avenue, close to University Circle and CWRU. Many members of the Museum’s Board of Directors joined the audience on a beautiful early […]

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