The Hazai György Library was established with the aim of preserving the personal collection of the internationally acknowledged turkologist György Hazai and making it available to the general public. This unique collection offers unparalleled research opportunities for professionals and amateurs alike.
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Hazai György Kütüphanesi, uluslararası üne sahip olan Türkolog György Hazai’nin özel koleksiyonunu koruyup halkın kullanımına sunmak için oluşturuldu. Bu nadir koleksiyon hem profesyoneller hem de amatörler için emsalsiz araştırma imkanları sağlamaktadır.
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7. December 2018
At the Hazai Library in Budapest the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Azerbaijan and its first parliamentary session on December 7,
On December 7,
On December 7 of the same
The short-lived independence (19 months) of Azerbaijan ended after the occupation of the country by the Bolshevik army (April 1920). The Azeri people had to wait until 1991 to regain their freedom and the opportunity to live in a democratic state.
H. E. Ambassador Ahmet Akif Oktay of the Republic of Turkey spoke about the importance of 1918 in the history of Azerbaijan. He emphasized the excellent cooperation between the two countries by citing President Heydar Aliyev’s phrase: „One nation, two countries”. ”
„The fact that it was the Hazai Library that hosted the presentation of this exciting volume has a particular relevance: it
21. September 2017
H.E. Şakir Fakılı, Ambassador of Turkey donated his painting „The lonely Minaret” to the Hazai Kütüphane as an expression of his friendship to the late Professor Hazai.
Şakir Fakılı is not only a formidable diplomat, but an excellent artist. The exhibition of his works was the surprise of the summer in the MANK Art Colony in Szentendre.
The September 21. event was honoured with the presence of many high ranking diplomats, the mayor of Eger, Mr. Laszlo Habis, friends and family of Hungarian Turkology. Mr. János Hóvári, former Ambassador to Ankara spoke in gratitude on behalf of the György Hazai Foundation for Oriental Studies.
8th March 2017
The first meeting with the Hunteka software developing company, who developed the library software
18th February 2017
Finishing Day, the Hazai grand children are placing the last books on the shelves
28th January 2017
On this day we were visited by three Ambassadors:
Alattin Temür, first Counsellor of the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in Hungary
His Excellency Vilajet Guliyev, Ambassador of Azerbaijan
Her Excellency Selda Cimen, Ambassador of the North Cyprus Turkish Representative Office in Budapest
Havva Pinar Kücükcavus, the Coordinator of TIKA for Hungary (Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency of the Republic of Turkey)