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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Red pandas are celebrated at the Debrecen Zoo

The European Species Conservation Breeding Program, to which the Debrecen zoo joined in 2014, plays an important role in saving the red pandas. Every year,...

Semcorp received the “Investor of the Year 2020” award

At the event of "Investor of the Year 2020" Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó said that 2020 was the black year...

Debrecen Airport Update – Flights

Tamás Vargha, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, reported at the official press conference that the state helped launch the...

The Wild Horses of Hortobágy – A Photo Exhibition

The Pentezug in Hortobágy is one of the last wilderness in Hungary, an untouched and unique habitat, home to rare plants, birds, and endangered...

Debrecen Received Recognition from London Based Emerging Europe

London-based Emerging Europe is a business, media and research platform dedicated to contributing to the social and economic development of 23 countries in Central...

MotoGP Race Will be Held in Hajdúnánás as Early as 2023

In November 2019, Minister of Innovation and Technology László Palkovics and Member of Parliament Lajos Kósa announced the preparatory meeting with Spanish company Dorna...

More than 87,000 People Attended the Campus Festival

The Campus Festival in Debrecen was the first major music festival to be organized since the COVID-19 lockdown began. "We can basically be pleased because...

Aquaticum Debrecen Strand Becomes the Cover Story of Another International Magazine

The Aquaticum Debrecen Strand designed by BORD Architectural Studio has recently been featured on the cover of the Royal Institute of British Architects, the...

New Visegrad Photography exhibition comes to Debrecen

The exhibition features works by 24 young photographers from five countries, representing nine higher education institutions with the aim to expand cultural cooperation between the countries...

Budapest and Debrecen Airports Also Join the V4 Group

Twenty-four Central European airports, including Budapest and Debrecen, are now part of a seven-country cooperation called V4+, which aims to exchange experience and information,...