The Christmas atmosphere continues during the fabulous Advent in Debrecen, as outdoor programs, new attractions and a new festive flame once again become part of the lights of the city center.
More than a hundred young people slide down chocolate bars in the Fórum Shopping Center on Friday, December 8, a few minutes after 1 p.m. Among others, children from the Debrecen Vocational Training Center schools come to the “throw a chocolate for the orphans” event.
On December 9, Saturday, between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m., the Ugly Sweater Christmas Run will be held in Debrecen.
The SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan) is the cornerstone of European transport policy. As a result, complex plans are created that not only evaluate transport and transport needs in themselves but also consider the social, environmental, economic development and other social aspects of urban development.
The Nyírség InterCity train, which was traveling from Záhony to Budapest Nyugati railway station and departed from Nyíregyháza at 6:26, ran over a person between Apafa and Debrecen.
From December 6, patients can be visited again at the Hematology Division of the Internal Medicine Clinic at the Nagyerdei Campus of the University of Debrecen Clinical Center, and at the Neurology Department at the Gróf Tisza István Campus.
The University of Debrecen Clinical Center’s Gyula Kenézy Campus will undergo technical modernization again on Saturday, December 9. For this reason, patients requiring emergency care and those injured in accidents are treated at the Nagyerdei Campus.
The Foundation for Children with Leukemia won first place in the competition announced by Planning & Trading Kft., the official Central European importer of MIDEA air conditioners, thus winning HUF 7 and a half million and a Midea air conditioner.
The artist couple Réka Tenki and Sándor Csányi supported the Division of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology of the University of Debrecen Clinical Center for the third time this year through the Foundation for Children with Leukemia.