magyar | srpski | english | romanes Tuesday 10 December 2019 


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July 14 Wednesday

7 pm Wreathing and commemorative programme at the monument of the 1848/49 battle


July 16 Friday

Presentation of the Folk Art Association of Zala shire, Hungary – putting up a jurta (Hegyalja Street)


July 17 Saturday

10 am – 6 pm - Presentation of the Folk Art Association of Zala shire, Hungary – folk crafts (Hegyalja Street )

5 pm Archery presentation (Hegyalja Street)

7 pm Exhibition opening (Furnace chapel)

7 pm The firearms of the revolution - weapon presentation (Hegyalja Street)

10 pm Dj Amaro Suno (Hegyalja Street)


July 18 Sunday

10 am Holy Mass (St Anna church)

11 am Unveiling Richard Guyon’s statue (churchyard)

Count Richard Guyon was born in England on 31 March 1813. After his marriage he settled down in Hungary. As a general of the 1848/49 Hungarian Revolution he defeated the army of Jellasics in the last victorious battle of the Revolution, in Kishegyes. After the fall of the Revolution he emigrated to Turkey, where he continued his military career under the name Hursid pasha. He died in Constantinople on 11 October 1856.

12 pm Exhibition opening (school)

1 pm Commemorative battle for the 161st anniversary of the Battle of Hegyes (Hegyalja Street)

10 pm Dresch Quartet – concert (Hegyalja Street


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