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Russian book club opened in Budapest

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Russian book club opened in Budapest


05.02.2021

In 2021, the Budapest Russian Center opened a book club. The goal of the club is to popularize reading and acquaint readers with modern Russian fiction in Hungarian translation.

Each month, a new book is selected, followed by an online discussion of the read on the last Wednesday of the month at 18:00. Here is the link for participation.

Zsuzhanna Dimeshi, Budapest

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