The 7-storey building is located next to London’s Trafalgar Square. Foreign Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Sigardo announced that over the weekend there will be a Hungarian school and theater where exhibitions and performances will be held for local Hungarians.
Many Hungarians live, work or study in and around London, but so far Peter Czardo has stressed that there is no real worthy home to preserve Hungarian culture, Hungarian community and Hungarian identity.
The cabinet purchased a large, iconic building London is a country with a millennial monarchy, in a place worthy of Hungary, to preserve and preserve our culture. – Said Peter Sizzardo. He stressed that the new Hungarian mansion would be a new meeting place for Hungarians living in the UK.
It has a theater, which has a cafe, and we organize exhibitions and shows – Weekend school for children and the opportunity to teach the Hungarian language will be provided, the Minister said. “The house is really decent and to get the Hungarian people, it will be renovated now, and once the renovation is done,
In a few months, Hungarians living in and around London will be able to capture it Then “- announced Peter Sizzardo.
The head of the ministry expressed hope that “this house will serve as a new meeting point for Londoners in and around London, as a force for building a new community.”
Hungarian mansion in London Video of the announcement You can see it on Peter Sizzardo’s Facebook page!
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