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2013/3 resumé

Summary

 

Information about the varied activities of the Union of Hungarians living in the Czech Republic and other Hungarian organizations, interesting articles on history, culture and famous Hungarian figures – those are the contents of this year’s third issue of the Prágai Tükör magazine.

The section „Society – a chronicle” contains an article on the election congress of the political movement Coexistence, an article on the memorial ceremony in honor of János Esterházy in Mírov, an article on the Hungarian science seminar organized by the Society of Artúr Görgey and finally a report on the visit of the Hungarian ambassador to Ústí nad Labem.

The column Bohemians and Hungarians brings our readers the history of the Prissnitz spa located on historical Hungarian territory and reminds readers of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Bohemia association - Friends of Czech culture club.

The Adalbert price awarded to Petr Pithart and the Hungarian prize of honor awarded to the head of the Sudetgerman bureau Petr Barton are the main topics of the next section entitled Carpathian basin. It also contains news about the Ex Libris award that has been awarded to the Prágai Tükör magazine and the Hungarian students club in Brno, KAFEDIK.

The third episode of the series on Hungarian traces found in Bohemian and Moravian historical monuments is in this issue focused on the Moravian-Silesian region.

The founder of Hungarian astronomy - Miklós Konkoly-Thege – is the theme of the next section, Looking into history.

The section Culture and media writes about the price awarded to Jiří Menzel in Cluj, about the 100th anniversary of the birth of an important Hungarian actress – Hilda Gobbi and about the Hungarian participation on the book fair in Prague.

Particularly interesting are the articles describing the most famous villas in Hungary and the search for the portrait of the Hungarian mathematician János Bolyai.

The section entitled „We found out” tells us that new trams for the Hungarian city of Miskolc are manufactured in Plzen.