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There are many traditions surrounding the celebration of Easter. There are many stories and legends from the old pagan mythology, through the goddess Eostre to the Dutch connection. Easter and the old pagan mythology One of the theories is that the word ‘Easter’ comes from two old pagan spring festivals. The old European pagan […]
11 April is National Poetry Day in Hungary. The excellent Hungarian poet Attila József was born on this day, which has been National Poetry Day since 1964. Let us commemorate the great poet. (You can read more about him here: http://bit.ly/1TsHSfe) For those who love poems, we particularly recommend the following beautiful poem by Attila József, […]
EDMF Language Services Kft. has supported the Budapest Burns Supper, the largest annual charity event of the 20-year-old Robert Burns International Foundation, for 5 years now. The Robert Burns International Foundation (RBIF) was established by members of the Scottish and Hungarian community. It has been supporting children’s health-care institutions in Hungary for 20 years. The […]
It is perhaps not an exaggeration to claim that the translation of medical and pharmaceutical documents requires extreme precision, the utmost care and considerable professional experience. One mistranslation can have very serious consequences. But how can you make sure that no mistakes are made, what should you look out for when requesting the translation of […]
We’re happy to announce that due to the dynamic development of EDMF we have moved to bigger premises in a more frequented area. Almost twice the size of our previous office, and with modernised equipment and infrastructure, we look forward to welcoming our partners and customers in our new central Buda location. Our new address: H-1118 […]
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