On the 170. anniversary of the 1848-49 Hungarian Revolution and War new temporary exhibition can be seen in the Museum Dezső Laczkó. More Shorter
Visitable: 11. April. 2018 - 02. December 2018.
Place: DEZSŐ LACZKÓ MUSEUM
The opening date has a symbolic meaning aswell, as on the same day in 1848 the “April laws” have been accepted.
Our exhibition shows the relics of 1848, which belong to the museum since 1903 to our days.
The bulk of the objects have been gathered by our first director Dezső Laczkó in the 1903-1914 “glory days”. Most of them are from families or relatives, usually connected to a person, therefore extremely valuable. Their preservation is a proof of how those people had tied to and thought about the happenings and the participants in 1848.
Unfortunately our knowledge about the personal relics are varying. Count Lajos Batthyány Prime Minister (1808-1849) and Mór Perczel (1811-1899) reform politican are both well-known personals of the Hungarian Revolution and War, but others were only proud or necessary participants and were not in charge or were only supporting characters of the story.
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|Date of event:||04/11/2018 - 12/02/2018|