The Hungarian National Museum presented the worldwide renowned tour exhibition Princess Sissi and Hungary: Aristocratic Life in 17th–19th Century Hungary at the Palace Museum. Over 150 pieces valuable artifacts reflect the lives of the Hungarian aristocracy over the past four centuries. This exhibition marks the first time that a Chinese audience has been able to see the gems collected by the Hungarian National Museum.
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Princess Sissi, or Elisabeth Amalia Eugenia von Wittelsbach, became well-known due to the 1955 film Sissi. Her life and experience as Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary in the 19th century have inspired many dramas, animations and musicals.
Sissi lived in Hungary longer than any other place and regarded the country as her second home. She learned the Hungarian language and embroidery and also contributed to the construction of Budapest, earning her the nickname “Daughter of Hungary” from Hungarian people at the time.