Transylvania is eternal
For about a thousand years Transylvania was part of the Kingdom of Hungary. The Bethlen family also had one of its ancient estate centres here, in Keres, in southern Transylvania, where children's camps will be held in the summer.
"He was the only one who could fill this role and who tried to turn back the cruel wheel of fate, his ancestors defended the independence of the nation, its people and its dignity for a thousand years."
Dr Miklós Kállay of Nagykálló, Hungarian politician, Minister of Agriculture (1932-1935), Prime Minister of Hungary from 1942-1944, who also held the position of Foreign Minister until 1943 was born on 23 January 1887.
The Institute of Hungarian Research has reinstated the genuine past of the nation, restoring the truths of our chronicles
Published in the daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet, Balázs Ágoston's comprehensive overview entitled “Body and soul of the nation - Hungarians have straightened up after a hundred years of stooping and want to live again" sees the key to the survival of Hungary in the healing of the national soul and the restoration of our national consciousness.
Celebrating the centenary of Hungarian-Turkish relations
Hungarian daily, Magyar Nemzet reported on the negotiations between Dr Gábor Horváth-Lugossy, Director General of the Institute of Hungarian Research, and Attila Pintér, Consul General in Istanbul, in preparation for the 2024 joint cultural year of the two countries.
Salute to the heroes
Dr Gábor Horváth-Lugossy, Director General of the Institute of Hungarian Research, laid a wreath of homage at the Sváb Hill monument to the heroes fallen in the two world wars. Exactly eighty years ago, the so-called Don disaster occurred, which left an indelible mark in the memory of our nation.
Our participation in international conference organised by the St. Petersburg Archaeological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the State Hermitage
The lecture series was organised to mark the 120th anniversary of the birth of Mikhail Petrovich Gryaznov.
The origin of the Hunyadi family
The Hunyadis have the highest genetic similarity with samples from the Carpathian Basin, with an ancient European genome composition. This is a new scientific milestone achieved by a remarkable research of the Institute of Hungarian Research, carried out under extraordinary circumstances.