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Location: Ferenc Ignácz Collection in Gödöllő

Location: Ferenc Ignácz Collection in Gödöllő

From content broadcast April 5.

As a result of the First Hungarian World Hunting Exhibition, the restless dental technician from Godolo, Ferenc Ignasch, who was over 40 years old at that time, decided to leave civil security behind: in the 1970s, he first became a hunter in Africa, and then headed to the direction of Australia. There he was fascinated by indigenous culture and constantly went to gather among the peoples of Oceania. He spent most of his time among the Papuans, whose tribes were still isolated in the twentieth century. century, there were cannibals. He donated his European-level ethnographic collection to his hometown of Gödöllö, material so vast that its processing continues to give specialists work to this day. Archaeologist Judit Antony and geographer János Kubasik tell us all about this on Friday.

Location – Kossuth Rádió – Friday, April 5, at 11:00 am

Editor: Mary Wagner
Host: Rudolf Burkert

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