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15 april 2009 - 31 march 2010
There is something new under the ground...

The Budapest Historical Museum carried out more than 50 excavations and more than 100 field surveys connected to investments throughout the territory of Budapest. The exhibition, organized for the 14th time since 1995, aims to provide the public with a glimpse of the results of the archaeological excavations, shedding light on 7000 years of history in the city from prehistoric times through the Roman period down to the period of the great Migrations. The objects on display now were selected by museum archaeologists from the more than 180,000 objects discovered in 2008 alone.

Further information: www.aquincum.hu
With Budapest Card: 20% discount

October 28, 2009 - February 14, 2010
From Botticelli to Tiziano, two centuries of Italian painting

At the exhibition of the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest (Heroes' Square), representing the Italian painters of the Renaissance, intends to present over 110 works, of which 30 are from the collection of its own. Most of the remaining 80 pictures were obtained on loan from Italian museums, but the partners are well-performing of the major museums of Europe, like the Louvre in Paris, the Prado in Madrid, the National Gallery in London and the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna.

The desire of the Museum to organize an exhibition of painting, which offers a wide panoramic picture, which elaborates even more 'knowledge of visitors to the Museum of Fine Arts on Italian painting. At the exhibition would be presented, first of all, the works of the great innovative figures, which are not, however, present in the rich collections of the Institute, which is able to explain every school, trends in their complexity history.

"Invisible" - until June 30, 2010

Citadel in the Park - at the Club "E" - This exhibition is organized especially for visitors who wants to know the daily life of a blind or visually impaired person. If you come and you can understand the feeling of loss of sense organ that gives you the most information, you can understand com is life without sight. The trip takes place unseen by a guide who is blind in natural environments routinely furnished in a complete darkness that you can participate in groups that depart every 15 minutes.

During the trip I'll show you the unseen life situations, where you can buy the experience of the movement in urban traffic, for payment of a coffee in a bar, and you will know how to choose the spices to your meal. In another showroom I'll show you the means and objects of daily use of blind people.

Entrance fee: 1.450 Huf (approx. 6 euros), students: 1.200 Huf (approx. 5 Euro)

The Treasures of Tutankhamen - until April 25, 2010

The circumstances of uncovering extraordinary and unique treasures found on the site. An exhibition of exciting, informative, full of wonders, organized in Budapest at the Palace Wam Design Center in Kiraly street, a modern museum and multimedia. The exhibition was organized with the support of two popular professional Egyptologists Dr. Wolfgang Wettengel and Dr. Martin von Falck. At the exhibition will be presented exclusively playing three tombs and copying more than 1,000 objects from Tutankhamun, making it detectable with the most modern technology was the gold of the pharaohs. His experiences in a suggestive way to send visitors the historical background of the short life and mysterious death of the boy king.

Opening: everyday even in holidays: from 10.00 to 20.00, the cashier closes at 18.30.
Admission ticket, adults: 3.300 Huf (approx. 13 Euro), students: 2.500 Huf (approx. 10 Euro)

More information and tickets online: www.faraokincse.hu

FROM DEGAS TO PICASSO - 28 January to 25 April 2010

In the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest organized Nuvo is a fantastic show that is conducive to the Hungarian capital, the amateurs of painting. The exhibition material presents over sixty works, masterpieces of impressionists and abstract painters provvenienti from the collection of the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. The exhibition that spans nearly 60 years of pictorial art and features paintings by masters such as Cezanne, Courbet, Gauguin, Matisse, Monet, Picasso, Toulouse-Lautrec and Van Gogh, offers visitors a quick summary of the history of art.

Further information: www.szepmuveszeti.hu

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