10 am, Budapest – Don Quixote and ILAB Pop Up Book Fair at the Instituto Cervantes

Take Spanish lessons in Budapest! Or play chess! Or simply enjoy the books on show at the Instituto Cervantes. As 23 April is a symbolic date for world literature – the day Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, William Shakespeare and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega died – the Hungarian antiquarian booksellers pop up at the Spanish Instituto Cervantes, located in one of the most beautiful mansions of the city.

At the same time Instituto Cervantes, part of a worldwide organization to promote the Spanish language and literature, will open an exhibition of Hungarian editions of Don Quixote, while the ILAB booksellers from Hungary not only show rare and fine Hungarian books, manuscripts and documents, but also bibliophile treasures connected with the Spanish language, literature and culture.

Some pictures with comments in Hungarian by Adam Bosze:

Instituto Cervantes, Budapest

Nyitás előtt / 10 minutes before opening

Borda Lajos kollégánk, aki vérbeli sakkozó is, a "spanyol nyitással" rója le tiszteletét spanyol vendéglátóink és a Régi könyvek világnapja előtt / Our beloved collegaue, Lajos Borda's display presenting the Ruy Lopez trap in honour of Cervantes.

A résztvevő antikváriumok: Amicus Antikvárium, Borda Antikvárium, Bősze Ádám Zenei Antikvárium, Kárpáti és Fia Antikvárium, Központi Antikvárium / Participants of the Budapest Pop Up-Book Fair

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