“Turkish Coffee Nights” Event in Budapest

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Yunus Emre Institute in Budapest organized a new event as part of its program series called “Turkish Coffee Evenings,” aimed at introducing various aspects of Turkish culture through different topics.

As part of the 2024 Turkish-Hungarian Cultural Year, the Institute continues to host special events highlighting the cultural richness and heritage of both nations.

Within the scope of the 2024 Turkish-Hungarian Cultural Year, the “Turkish Coffee Evenings” program held in February featured discussions on “Hungarian Codices.”

At the event hosted by the Institute, speakers Liszt Ferenc and Andrea Kovacs discussed the Hungarian codices that were brought from İstanbul to Budapest.

During the event, Kovacs provided insights into the history, content, and significance of Hungarian codices.

Kovacs underscored the significance of the codices in Turkish-Hungarian relations, highlighting that these Hungarian manuscripts, transported to İstanbul during the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century, represent a crucial aspect of Hungary’s cultural heritage.

Kovacs pointed out that the codices comprised manuscripts commissioned by the Hungarian royal family, nobility, and churches, encompassing religious texts, legal statutes, maps, artworks, and scientific treatises.

The Turkish Coffee Evenings concluded following the Q&A session.


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