The Origin of Hungarians
The 1956 Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight
The Treaty of Trianon
Hungarians in Hollywood
NEW YORK 23 october 2023
WASHINGTON D.C. 23 october 2023
LOS ANGELES 23 october 2023

the Exhibition

About the Exhibition

"Discover Hungary! Unveiling a Global Heritage,” was created as an English-language traveling exhibit to appeal to English-speaking audiences and next generation Hungarians interested in their heritage. Whether you’re a 2nd or 3rd generation Hungarian or just a friend of Hungary, you will be inspired!

About the Exhibition
Hungary's history is a chronicle of resilience, innovation, and the enduring spirit of its people.

Did you know?

Rubik' Cube
Rubik's Cube
That one of the most famous toys in the world was invented by Hungarian Architect Ernő Rubik in 1974?
Atomic Bomb
Atomic Bomb
Hungarian-born physicist Leo Szilard played a pivotal role in the development of the atomic bomb and was the man behind the concept of nuclear chain reaction. Hungary can proudly claim this brilliant mind as one of its own!
Joseph Pulitzer
Joseph Pulitzer
Joseph Pulitzer, a Hungarian who made his mark in America, not only revolutionized newspaper publishing but also played a pivotal role in funding the pedestal for the Statue of Liberty. Through his newspaper, he rallied the public and raised $100,000 (equivalent to roughly $3 million today), mostly through contributions of $1 or less. This generous act cemented his legacy in American history and highlighted the enduring bond between Hungary and the United States.
Believe it or not, the iconic Dracula, portrayed by Bela Lugosi, had his roots in Hungary! Born in 1882, Bela Lugosi kickstarted his acting journey in Hungarian cities like Temesvár, Debrecen, and Szeged. Later, he made his way to the United States and in 1931 he donned the cape and fangs to become Count Dracula in the legendary film "Dracula," forever immortalizing himself as a Hungarian-American icon in the world of classic horror cinema.

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    Hungarian American Coalition
    Bethlen Gábor Alap