The Embassy of Hungary is proud to share an exhibition with the American visitors between Februar 1 - Marc 30, which already attracted more than 10.000 people in Hungary at the Hungarian National Museum.

The research of institutions monitoring religious discrimination indicate that Christians are the targets of most attacks. The situation is especially desperate in the Middle East, in the cradle of Christianity, where the survival of Christian communities of two thousand years is endangered.

The aim of the exhibition is to draw attention to the processes, to point out the unsustainability of the situation, to explain the causes and to outline the consequences - each on a scientific basis.

Due to great interest, the Embassy of Hungary is happy to inform you of the extension of the Cross in Fire exhibitionwhich can now be visited until March 31st. The research of institutions monitoring religious discrimination indicate that nowadays Christians are the targets of most attacks. The situation is especially dire in the Middle East, in the cradle of Christianity, where the survival of two-thousand-year-old Christian communities is at risk. The aim of the exhibition is to draw attention to these violent processes, point out the unsustainability of the situation, explain the causes and outline the consequences, and showcase what can be done to assist communities in need.

The exhibition can be visited by advance appointment only from Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

To set up an appointment, please contact us via emailSODxlZSEHmCktX6M1MEZJZXhoaWJpdGlvbi53YXNAbWZhLmdvdi5odQ==.

To learn more about the exhibition, please visit the homepage of the Hungarian National Museum at https://mnm.hu/en/exhibitions/cross-fire.