Hungary, Budapest – An exceptional exhibition takes place in Budapest until July 24. “On common path” brings up 450 pieces from the Xth century to the XVIIth century, from museums of both Budapest and Kraków. The exhibition seeks to show the links between the two cities, which just became twin towns.
After three years of preparation, this exceptional exhibition is taking place in Budapest from March 18 to July 24. Over 450 precious historical pieces are shown at the Budapest History Museum. The Muzeum Historyczne Miasta Krakowa (Historical Museum of Kraków), and the Balassi Institute are, with the Budapest History Museum, involved in this ambitious cultural event.
Many great artworks such as paintings, luxurious nobleman’s everyday items, royal parade plate armor, leather bound books, or statues are shown in the Buda’s castle royal palace. The exhibition had been inaugurated by the mayors of Budapest and Kraków, István Tarlós and Jacek Majchrowski, and by the president of both Hungary and Poland, János Áder and Andrzej Duda.
Visit the exhibition every day from 10:00am to 06:00pm, except on Mondays, at the Budapest History Museum:
Budapesti Történeti Múzeum
Szent György tér 2.
Budavári Palota E épület