New exhibition displays 800 year history between Hungary and Croatia
The ARS ET VIRTUS exhibition is open until November 22 at the Zagreb Klovicevi Dvori Gallery and will be available from December 16-March 15 at the Hungarian National Museum.
Human Resources Minister Miklós Kásler and Croatia’s Culture Minister Obuljen Korzinek opened the ARS ET VIRTUS exhibition on Thursday which celebrates 800 years of history between Hungary and Croatia.
“We can only build a common future if we are familiar with our shared past,” Kásler stated. The exhibition was designed to show the influence of each country on the other’s culture, education, and tradition. The two countries have been interwoven over the past 800 years.
Of the 306 objects that can be found on display most notable are relics of Hungarian kings St. Stephen and St. Ladislaus. The exhibit is open until November 22 at the Zagreb Klovicevi Dvori Gallery and will be available from December 16-March 15 at the Hungarian National Museum.
The exhibition is also available virtually. Click here to find out more.
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