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April 2011

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Wine and Tasting Festival

Sándor Laczkó
Apr 29, 2011

Tasting the whole menu with corresponding wines – that is what the Symbol restaurant in Budapest offers to its guests. The 44-course menu is based on a book describing what wine producers cook for themselves.

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Smoking banned at public places

Sándor Laczkó
Apr 27, 2011

Hungarian lawmakers approved a proposal to ban smoking at public places. Doctors called the decision an important and vital first step, while tobacco growers and the catering business pointed to the negative implications of the rigorous law.

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Hungary signs railway deal with China

portfolio.hu
Apr 21, 2011

Hungary’s state-owned railway company MÁV has signed an agreement with China Railway Construction Coproration to receive technological, construction and financing tools for the modernisation of MÁV from the Chinese company.

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Malév airlines moves to airport

Sándor Laczkó
Apr 20, 2011

The entire management and the offices of Malév Hungarian Airlines will move to Budapest’s international airport. According to plans, three modernized office buildings await the some 600 employees of the company.

Eger Minaret | keptar.karpat-medence.hu

Eger minaret for rent

Sándor Laczkó
Apr 19, 2011

The Minaret of Eger, the famous 400-year-old prayer tower is up for rent and the asset management Hungarian State Holding Company hopes for at least HUF one million a year (some EUR 3,700) in rental charges.

Hungarian Parliament | Dávid Harangozó

New constitution passed

D&T
Apr 18, 2011

Hungarian lawmakers have on Monday approved the country’s new constitution that will take effect on 1 January 2012. Passing the bill into law required a two-thirds majority which was provided by the governing force.

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A giant among the giants

Rudolf Sárdi
Apr 15, 2011

Stretching across half of South America, the fascinating land of Brazil has enchanted travelers for over 500 years. Alexandre Vidal Porto, Charge d’Affaire at the Brazilian Embassy in Budapest, shares his views on the rise of Brazilian tourism.

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