For more than thirty years, the exhibition of model trains has been a favorite Christmas tradition in New York. The correspondent of NapiMagazin (a Hungarian media platform) went to see the exhibition and he could report back to the readers before the exhibition closed.
The Bronx Botanical Garden’s “Holiday Train Show” has been a favorite Christmas holiday tradition in New York City, the big “apple” of the United States, for more than 30 years. The show dazzled visitors from mid-November to mid-January. Read More →
Following the January 6 attack on the Capitolium and the January 20 Presidential Inauguration, Washington is empty. Car traffic is rare, there are very few pedestrians, there is no tourist traffic. Museums, public buildings are closed. Many shop windows still have boards with them to defend against possible mass attacks. The photo report was taken in the “deserted” city in the last days of January 2021.
There are plenty of museums in New York. There is one, which is extremely important to the public relations profession. This is the Public Relations Museum. The editor of CCO Magazine visited the museum and discovered some items related to Hungary. Read More →
“The Statue of Liberty Museum Project – Liberty for All. She is an icon, a national treasure, and one of the most recognizable figures around the globe. Millions who cherish her ideals make the journey every year to experience her history and grandeur in person. She is Lady Liberty, a symbol of freedom, a worldwide icon inspiring hope. The Statue of Liberty Museum™ represents an exciting new chapter in Lady Liberty’s story of freedom. It is a chance to give millions more an opportunity to enjoy the Statue of Liberty experience … and we are relying on your support to make this a reality.” (The website of the Statue of Liberty Museum)