Remembering the 1848 Revolution

On March 17, 2017 the Ottawa Hungarian Community Centre celebrated the 169th anniversary of the 1848 revolution. The audience filled completely the house where the Hungarian School and music students paid tribute to the memory of the heroes of the revolution. The guest speaker was Dr. Bálint Ódor, ambassador of the Republic of Hungary. Dr. Lapohos Tibor read excerpts from Sándor Petőfi’s Memoires and Károly Dombi spoke about the the influence of the events on the literary world. The enjoyable evening concluded with a tasty supper.

The Show – full feature

(Video by Bea Finta)