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Russian language events in Budapest


Russian centre in Budapest has celebrated Youth Day on June, 27th. Guests were entertained with traditional Russian sweets and folk music.

Aforementioned event was precipitated with the Slavistics party organised by Russian Centre in Budapest. The picnic took place at the Trefort square, behind the Eötvös Loránd University. Slavic studies teachers, culturologists, art and literature critics, students and scholars are all linked by the love and professional interest in Russian culture and language.

Despite the hot season all the guests have immersed into conversations and discussions, sharing plans. Some of them are going to the Summer University in Omsk, Siberia, some of them will shift to Bulgarian Varna where teaching Russian as a foreign language International conference will take place. Many of the picnic participants are planning to visit Moscow and St. Petersburg.

Zsuzsanna Gyimesi, PhD, Russian Center  Research Fellow

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