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2018: The European Year of Cultural Heritage

From archaeological sites to architecture, from medieval castles to folklore traditions and arts, Europe’s cultural heritage is at the very heart of the collective memory and identity of European citizens. European rich national, regional and local diversity is a unique catalyst for exchanges between people of all ages, social backgrounds and cultures. The European Year of Cultural Heritage will be a truly European initiative with a series of events taking place at all levels: European, national, regional and local.

An extensive and varied programme, taking place from late August to October across the participating countries, will include interactive exhibitions, craft workshops,  guided tours, festivals, treasure hunts and historical re-enactments, to name but a few. Many initiatives will explore the role of new digital technologies in the future of heritage and conservation.

In Hungary, between the 15-16th September, we warmly recommend you to take part in one of the guided tours as onn these days you have an opportunity to visit some historic spots that are normally closed for the public.

http://www.oroksegnapok.hu/tours

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