41st National Táncház Festival & Fair • 1–3 April 2022
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Ratkó Lujza: Szabolcs-Szatmár–Bereg megye népművészete. Nyíregyháza: Jósa András Múzeum, 2014. 800 pages. Contains 19 studies, and 900 illustrations. In Hungarian with some English summary. The series of monograph-level albums on Hungarian folk art heritage was started in 1987 – each to be an in-depth look at folk arts of each county of Hungary. Th e 10th volume of the series was published in December of 2014 featuring Hungary’s Szabolcs-Szatmár–Bereg County.