Magyar Narancs

  • City: Budapest
  • Language: Hungarian
  • Circulation: 15 000

Founded in October 1989, Magyar Narancs ("The Hungarian Orange") is a left-liberal political and cultural magazine. Skillfully wielding seriousness and irony, it deals primarily with Central European society. Its name refers to a once banned Hungarian film – The Witness by Péter Bacsó, about the orange crop communist Hungary tried desperately and unsuccessfully to cultivate in order to comply with Soviet demands.

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Updated: 18 January 2017