The Cleveland Hungarian Museum is featured in this video, from its beginning in 1985 through 2015, in its several locations over its 30 years of serving the public. In addition to a tour of the current Museum and Library in the Galleria in downtown Cleveland, past exhibits, lectures and events are highlighted, including the visit of Dr. Otto von Habsburg. There are interviews with Otto Friedrich, Founder of the Museum, László Varga, its President, and Board Member Jenny Grasselli Brown, among others. Presented by The Hungarian American Coalition and written by its Vice President, Andrea Lauer Rice, it was directed by Réka Pigniczky (56 Films Founder), with music by the Harmonia Ensemble and Életfa.
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