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Háromszék Patriot Women

The open-air exhibition depicts those lesser-known female figures of the 1848 uprising who, through their actions and commitment, stood out among their compatriots.

Carola Café

The café that opened in spring 2018 provides a platform for cultural programmes and a permanent display in Írisz House, Sfântu Gheorghe (Sepsiszentgyörgy).


Experienced climbers and rally drivers searched for the grave of Count Albert Wass in South Africa during the 2018 expedition.

Lost Without Her...

The exhibition organized on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation covers the life and significance of Carola Szilvássy.

“Images of Rózsa Ignácz” - exhibition

The exhibition presents the life and work of the Hungarian author born in Covasna (Kovászna), emphasizing her diverse artistic activities.

Book recommendation

Ildikó Marosi, literary historian from Târgu Mureș (Marosváráshely), was the person to come across the handwritten recipe book of Carola Szilvássy.

In Remembrance of Those Left Behind

The display first shown in Budapest in 2015 pays tribute to the loved ones of the 1849 Martyrs of Arad.

Cooking competition

Recipes of the baroness inspired the cooking competition that was organized in the Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvár) Reformed College in April 2019.