Published: March 07 2023
Summary: Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has invited his supporters to commemorate the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 together with him at the birthplace of the country's most celebrated poet, Sándor Petőfi in Kiskőrös. The choice of location may be due to the fact that this year marks the 200th anniversary of Petőfi Sándor's birth, who is regarded as the ideological-poetic engine of the revolution. Orbán Viktor also celebrated the 1956 Revolution outside the capital in Zalaegerszeg, where he gave the speech to mark the opening of the Joseph Mindszenty Visitor Center.
- Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán invited his supporters to celebrate the anniversary of the 1848 revolution at the birthplace of Hungarian poet Sandor Petofi.
- Petofi was an essential figurebelieved to have been a driving force of the revolution.
- The Hungarian Revolution of 1848 primary events were concentrated in Pest and Buda.
- Orbán's choice of location emphasizes the 200th birth anniversary of Sandor Petofi who was the ideological-poetic engine of the revolution according to many historians.
- Orbán previously chose to celebrate the 1956 Revolution outside the capital in Zalaegerszeg.
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