The Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest cordially invites you to the opening ceremony of the temporary exhibition Desired Worlds, Jewish Middle-Class Worlds in Győr between 1867 and 1944 Industrial modernization played an important role in the development of Győr’s urban self-image in the last third of the 19th century. It influenced greatly the self-identity of
The growth of our collection is thanks to donations from families affected by the Holocaust and living survivors. The new temporary exhibition in the courtyard of the Holocaust Memorial Centre shows the donations of the past five years. One of the museum’s most important missions is to ensure that the horrors of the Shoah and
The Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest cordially invites you to the opening ceremony of the temporary exhibition: Spectacular City – The artistic speculum of Jewish Central Europe. Location: Budapest, Páva utca 39. – gallery of the synagogue Opening: 29 January 2023 at 17 p.m. Our new temporary exhibition “Spectacular City – The artistic speculum of
A photography exhibition jointly organized with the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center in the courtyard of the Holocaust Memorial Center. Open until August 31, 2022, Tuesday–Sunday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. (admission until 5 p.m.) Entry free. Curator: István Virágvölgyi Eight decades on, the Holocaust is increasingly relegated to the pages of history books for younger generations.
GHETTOS BEYOND BUDAPEST „… none of them will be spared here.” On March 19, 1944, German troops occupied Hungary. The Sztójay government, appointed by Governor Miklós Horthy, took office on March 23. The period of disaster began for Hungarian Jews who were deprived of their rights, excluded from society, and plagued by a plethora of