John Calvin was a very important character in the reformation that took place in the start of the 16th century. Together with Luther they opposed the Catcholic Church and later they opposed one another. Today we can see the result in the Lutheran and in the Calvinist (Reformed) church.
In this exhibition taking place in the Budapest History Museum you will meet with John Calvin and his impact and influence on our culture and lives, along the Danube. The exhibition is being arranged as a part of the celebration of his 500 year anniversary (he was born 500 years ago).
John Kalvin’s impact on our culture
A Kálvin hagyománya – Református kulturális örökség a Duna mentén
Budapest History Museum
October 31, 2009 – February 15, 2010