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Volume VIII., No. 3.

Gordon McKechnie Library of the Reformed College of Sárospatak

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Volume VIII., No. 2.

Gordon McKechnie Interior of the Reformed (Calvinist) Church of Csaroda. Below the floral decoration the original medieval wall paintings are exposed

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Volume VIII., No. 1.

Farmers distributing food in Budapest during the days of the Revolution

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Volume VII., No. 6.

Destroyed Soviet trucks and a cannon in Práter Street, 8th district

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Volume VII., No. 5.

Ferenc Burghardt A Hungarian tank ordered by Colonel Pál Maléter to defend the Üllői Street entrance of Kilián Barracks between 24 October and 4 November 1956

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Volume VII., No. 4.

The cutaway southern birds-eye view of the Machaerus royal palace of King Herod and Tetrarch Herod Antipas, as visualised with the implied ancient colours

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Volume VII., No. 3.

Imre Ámos The Victim of War

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Volume VII., No. 2.

Stage design by Gusztáv Oláh for the State Opera House, Budapest

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Volume VII., No. 1.

Lechner Ödön Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, 1893–96. Second Floor Atrium

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Volume VI., No. 6.

Ádám Farkas Exhibition interior (Detail)

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Volume VI., No. 5.

Dr István Horváth The Royal Palace of Esztergom, late 12th century

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Volume VI., No. 4.

József Rippl-Rónai Portrait of Aristide Maillol (detail)

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Volume VI., No. 3.

With the Emperor and Empress of Japan, at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

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Volume VI., No. 2.

Pulszky Ferenc

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Volume VI., No. 1.

Horses wondering in the streets during the siege of Budapest

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Volume V., No. 6.

András Dabasi and Judit Kardos The Sevso plate's centre medallion, with the distich

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Volume V., No. 5.

Dávid Bán The railway station as a palace. Gare du Nord, Paris, 2008

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Volume V., No. 4.

Kodály Zoltán with Benjamin Britten, at the Aldeburgh Music Festival in June 1965.

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Volume V., No. 3.

István Orosz Hommage á Leonardo, 3.

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Volume V., No. 2.

David A. Hill Városligeti Alley 47. - Balcony and window with stuccoes

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Volume V., No. 1.

Askold Krushelnycky Maidan December 2013

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Volume IV., No. 6.

Szent-Iványi as Vice-Consul in the USA, early 1930s

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Volume IV., No. 5.

Simon Hantai She may alone touch it (Detail)

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Volume IV., No. 4.

Baron Kemény János, writer, pastor (1903-1971)

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Volume IV., No. 3.

Paul Cézanne Self-Portrait

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Volume IV., No. 2.

Lysis The structure of the Margit Bridge

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Volume IV., No. 1.

Hungarian President László Sólyom pays tribute at the monument of Victims of Nazi terror in Novi Sad (Újvidék), 14 March 2010.

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Volume III., No. 6.

Sándor András Zoltán Szabó in 1970. Vence, Provence

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Volume III., No. 5.

Erzsébet Katona Szabó Ornament from the fantasy grown "Day"

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Volume III., No. 4.

The Hungarian Olympic Champions on the streets of Budapest arriving from Helsinki, 1952. In the centre: Kocsis, Grosics and Pukás with head turned down

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Volume III., No. 3.

Nick Thorpe The Danube near Klosterneuburg

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Volume III., No. 2.

Gábor Rohály The famous Mád Basin in the Tokaj Region

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Volume III., No. 1.

Róbert Szebeni Szabó Costume design for Mozart's The Magic Flute

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Volume II., No. 6.

Scene between battles on the Great Boulevard, October 25, 1956

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Volume II., No. 5.

Ada Kaleh

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Volume II., No. 4.

A memorial to Bosnian victims

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Volume II., No. 3.

Herta Müller Romanian Collage

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Volume II., No. 2.

Lázár Nagy Chairs

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Volume II., No. 1.

Esztergom

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Volume I., No. 1.

MIKLÓS BARABÁS The Bay of Salerno

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