“Chronicles of the Unknown Superheroes/Ukrainians is now also in Hungary!

The second city that decided to mark the second anniversary of the russian invasion of Ukraine, showing the consequences of the destruction and the resilience of Ukrainians, was the capital of Hungary, Budapest.

The city on two banks is hosting the exhibition in one of the city’s central parts, the 9th District, which is known as Ferencvaros. Here, on one of the city’s most picturesque squares, posters of the photo story “Chronicles of the Unknown Superheroes Ukrainians” are displayed.

The purpose of our exhibition is to demonstrate the will of Ukrainians to help each other in difficult times of war and to thank the members of our community for their resilience and unbreakable spirit, who, even under constant missile attacks, do not leave the path of volunteering.

We are showing the world the consequences and devastation left by russian troops in the Kyiv region and the destruction they continue to bring with their daily shelling. This exhibition is about the will to fight, courage in the face of challenges, and faith in the future.

“Chronicles of the Unknown Superheroes Ukrainians” was presented on February 24. The exhibition is located in Pest on the renovated Bakáts Square near the Church of St. Francis of Assisi. The exhibition was organized with the support of the 9th District Administration of Budapest and was presented by Deputy Mayor Zsuzsanna Döme.

Deputy Mayor of the 9th District Zsuzsanna Döme at the exhibition “Chronicles of the Unknown Superheroes Ukrainians” in Budapest

The exhibition will be open from February 24 to March 21. Free of charge.

We invite you to visit the exhibition, bring your friends and acquaintances, tell them about the daily struggle of Ukrainians and show your support.