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Children's camp in Ópusztaszer
Children's camp in Ópusztaszer
July 18, 2019
Between July 16th and 21st there was a children's camp in Ópusztaszer which was also part of the project. The participants were students of elementary schools in Hungary and Serbia. The main venue of the camp was the Ópusztaszer National Heritage Park, which has plenty of attractions to offer to its visitors.
The agricultural machinery collection was open to public in Ópusztaszer
The agricultural machinery collection was open to public in Ópusztaszer
July 06, 2019
The National Heritage Park of Ópusztaszer received its own collection of agricultural machinery. The permanent exhibition was opened on July 6th.
Youth Camp in Senta has finished
Youth Camp in Senta has finished
July 02, 2019
The youth camp that was part of the project in Senta is over. Camp participants had the opportunity to become acquainted with many of the sights of Vojvodina and Hungary between June 27th and July 2nd, as well as visit several important integral elements of the cultural heritage of this region. During the event, participants became acquainted with the work of the historical archives, visited the only agricultural museum in the country in Kulpin, and spent a full day in Ópusztaszer in Hungary. They also visited the Rokai ranch in Ludaš, attending a charming Tisza river cruise, as well as visiting the renovated synagogue of Subotica and the zoo in Palić.
The exhibition building in Ópusztaszer is completed
The exhibition building in Ópusztaszer is completed
June 05, 2019
A roofed exhibition place is completed in Ópusztaszer. During the preparation of the plans of the exhibition buildings, the architect was inspired by peasant and manorial buildings, mainly the agricultural buildings from the spheres of husbandry, crop and machinery storage.
The first source publication is completed
The first source publication is completed
May 31, 2019
As the result of the research in Szabadka (Subotica) and Zenta (Senta) the first source publication Company Register I (Cégjegyzék I) has been published , containing the data of the companies  from Martonos (Martonoš), Magyarkanizsa (Kanjiža), Zenta (Senta), Ada and Mohol (Mol) registered at the Hungarian Royal Court in Subotica from 1876 to 1920. The editor of the compilation is Tibor Molnár.
The first volume of the study has been published
The first volume of the study has been published
January 22, 2019
Following a long period of preparation, as part of our project, the first volume of the study about the agricultural history of the Southern Great Plain region has finally been published today.
The “live” database is now completed
The “live” database is now completed
December 25, 2018
As of today, as a final result of the research completed in the archives in Zenta (Senta), Szabadka (Subotica) and Szeged, the “live database” is available on our webpage.
The first reconstructed agricultural machines have arrived
The first reconstructed agricultural machines have arrived
November 20, 2018
The restoration of the agricultural machinery is taking place simultaneously with the construction of the exhibition building in Ópusztaszer.
The construction of the exhibition building is in progress
The construction of the exhibition building is in progress
October 17, 2018
Following the archeological excavations the construction of an exhibition building for the restored agricultural machinery had begun.
A prize field trip for the winners of the local historical competition
A prize field trip for the winners of the local historical competition
October 01, 2018
The competition organized for high school students titled Forgotten Past – the Roots of Industrial and Agricultural Production has ended.
The first four months of the project
The first four months of the project
July 06, 2018
The project titled Living Archives – The Relics of Common Cultural Heritage began on 1 March 2018. We summarized below all that has happened during the first report period.
Archaeological excavation in Ópusztaszer is in progress
Archaeological excavation in Ópusztaszer is in progress
June 04, 2018
The medieval city of Szer and the monastical complex is notably rich in archaeological finds. This made it necessary to implement archaeological investigations and excavations before the beginning of the building process, as otherwise the archaeological data would have been lost forever.
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