The Eurasian Alliance Foundation is organising a three-day traditional festival entitled Centuries of the Hungarian State in Kunszentmiklós between 29 and 31 July. The festival will commemorate significant events in Hungarian history with horse and foot cavalry jousting demonstrations, exciting performances, cultural events and craftsmen.

By his genome composition, King Saint László was even more closely linked to the conquering Hungarians and carried fewer European genes than the kings of later centuries. Tamás Pataki's interview with Endre Neparáczki, Director of the Research Centre for Archaeogenetics at the Institute of Hungarian Research, was published in the weekly Magyar Demokrata.

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It took more than a hundred years for the scientific world to see the maps produced in Paris for the negotiations leading up to the Treaty of Trianon. In his presentation, a researcher from the Institute of Hungarian Research highlighted that the Hungarian experts had created more than sixty maps, of which only Count Pál Teleki's map was displayed during the public session of the conference.

The Institute of Hungarian Research, one of the flagships of the strengthening of national identity, has achieved a paradigm shift in research on prehistory.

"This is the debt we owe to János Hunyadi and to all the Hungarian heroes who died for the homeland, as well as to those who are still serving the homeland as soldiers today", Csaba László Hidán, our archaeologist-historian researcher, told daily Magyar Nemzet, when asked about how it felt to raise János Hunyadi's battle flag at the site of the Battle of Kosovo.

Gábor Tóth, a journalist of, asked Zsuzsanna Borvendég, a research fellow at the Research Centre for History, about the food supply disaster resulting from the failed land policy of the Communist Party.

The analysis of the bones of the eight royal dynasties in the Székesfehérvár ossuary is expected to be completed by the end of next year, Gábor Horváth-Lugossy told daily newspaper, Magyar Nemzet. 

From Aragon to Thuringia, from Naples to Thessaloniki, from Byzantium to Poland, from Sicily to the Kievan Rus  “We have much to be proud of. The map showing the princesses who were married abroad from Hungary and were married here from abroad shows a country and a dynasty with lively diplomatic relations with the whole of Europe. The religious life, state organisation, diplomacy and culture of this royal house and its country are still alive today.

"Those who changed the political regime considered the dismantling of the party-state institutions as their main task. Perhaps they didn't even notice that Western capitalist forces had been controlling the process since the 1980s." Ferenc Sinkovics' interview with Zsuzsanna Borvendég, research fellow at the Research Centre for History of the Institute of Hungarian Research, on the functioning of communist networks in Hungary was published in the weekly Magyar Demokrata.