This database contains Hungarian and Hungarian related foreign electronic documents ofwhich are freely accessible to anyone with respect to copyright. The MEK project started in 1994 and since it become one of the largest text archives on the Hungarian Internet. Its ever-expanding portfolio increases by 150-170 items per month and contains more than 15,000 digitized books.
On Thursday, December 7, from 13.00, the Circulation Room, the Research Room, and the smaller reading rooms will be closed due to the event. We provide learning opportunities between 13.00. and 22.00 in the Reading Hall and in the ground floor Training Room.