Poles and Hungarians shared rulers and faith. Common was also the Revolution of 1956, which was of course more tragic on the Hungarian side. More about Hungarian-Polish relations you can read in short here. On September, 10 in the Royal Castle in Warsaw Prof. Ignác Romsics from the History Institut of the Károly Eszterházy University in Eger will talked about Our place: Central Europe and / or Eastern Europe? (Nasze miejsce: Europa Środkowa i/lub Wschodnia?).
It’s also possible that the talk will be streamed online on wszechnica.org.pl. I will make here a summary of it. So wait for it
The talk is one of lectures related to history, politics and culture of Poland and Hungary.
There is a round at the Royal Castle dedicated to Polish-Hungarian historical, cultural and political relationships. Most of the presentations can be viewed online (in Polish).
Author of the flag picture: SKopp.