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AFGHANISTAN

A Lecture about “AFGHANISTAN”

LECTURE – in ENGLISH – Saturday, February 9. 2008 The Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society cordially invited everyone to a presentation in English by Edward Altmann, architect, archaeologist, soldier, world traveler, entitled: “AFGHANISTAN” a personal view, as seen by a Hungarian born, Cleveland raised entrepreneur who has worked and lived in the Muslim world for the […]

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Hungarian exhibit at Cleveland City Hall

The Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum joined 5 other nationalities with an exhibit at Cleveland City Hall throughout November. 2007. Address: 601 Lakeside Ave. in downtown Cleveland. WHEN – The Rotunda was open to the public. On November 19th, Monday, from 5:30 – 6:30 there was an hour long program in the Rotunda at City Hall, […]

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St. Stephen’s Day

St. Stephen’s Day – Szent István napi megemlékezés Saturday, August 18, 2007 w/ guest speakers (Magyarul – in Hungarian) Program / Mûsor Megnyitó ima: Nt. Tamásy Zoltán Emlékezés Szent Istvánról: Lendvai-Lintner Imre, a KMCsSz elnöke Zenei program: Kis Magyar Kórus Ünnepi szónok: Bozóki Antal, nemzetközi jogász, délvidéki publicista: “Magyarok a Vajdságban” Verscsokor Hargitai István elõadásában […]

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St. Stephen’s Day – 2006

The Museum presented on Saturday, August 19, 2006 a program commemorating: ST. STEPHEN’S DAY – SZENT ISTVÁN NAPI MEGEMLÉKEZÉS with guest speaker (in Hungarian/Magyarul) DR. SÁNDOR SZAKÁLY, Historian and writer, chief librarian of the National Archives of Hungary, and a musical program by the SZIKRA – HUNGARIAN ZITHER ENSEMBLE from DETROIT

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Delegation from Cleveland Returns from Karcag, Hungary, after Honoring Michael Kovats de Fabricy, an American Revolutionary War Hero Born in Hungary

Press release below – English version – magyar version follows Contact: Theodore J. Horvath Phone and Fax: 216-751-7879 E-Mail: horvath28@roadrunner.com Cleveland, Ohio. On May 11, 2004, a delegation of the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society (CHHS) presented a statue of Colonel Commandant Michael Kovats (pronounced “Kovach”), an American Revolutionary War hero, to the citizens of his […]

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His Excellency András Simonyi, visits the Museum.

His Excellency András Simonyi, Ambassador from the Embassy of the Republic of Hungary,Washington, DC, visits the Museum. (March 25, 2003):  Mr. August B. Pust, Ph.D., Commission Member, United States Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, Washington. DC, presents the Ambassador with a preliminary draft of the monograph researched and written by a Museum […]

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Grand Opening of the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum in the Galleria at Erieview

Mr. Elmer Meszaros, Program Emcee, introduces the Honorable Jane Campbell, Mayor of Cleveland, who prepares to read a Proclamation in honor of the Museum, and who will cut the red-white-green ribbon, officially opening the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum in the Galleria at Eriview in downtonw Cleveland. The Mayor stands underneath the “Székely Kapu” or Transylvanian […]

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