In the first Virtual Exhibition of its kind in Debrecen, the Deri Museum commemorates the 100th anniversary of the signing of the peace treaty of Trianon.
The Trianon 100 memorial exhibition only exists in the virtual space, designed and arranged by the staff of the museum: Balázs Korompai, Attila Ősz, and Katalin Váradi.
The virtual exhibition focuses on the consequences of the Treaty of Trianon and allows visitors to roam freely, or via a guided route. The focus is mainly on Trianon’s effect on Debrecen, but with a national perspective.
The exhibition comes in three parts, the first part is about economic and social, and cultural losses. The next part provides an insight into the fate of Debrecen between the two world wars, while the last unit presents the history of the Hungarian Statue of Pain from its erection to the present day.
Maps, archive photos, and a detailed history will help visitors delve deeper into the topic and understand the Hungarian perspective on the Trianon treaty. In addition, poems and interactive elements add color to the exhibition. The exhibition, which can be viewed by reading the QR code in one of the yellow circles painted on Déri Square, is We Are Together in Debrecen or alternatively, you can visit it via this link.