Jusztina Barna

Jusztina is Metropole's Online Content Manager. She attended a bilingual English-Hungarian high school where her love for literature and linguistics was planted, further sprouting once she gained an English degree. She moved to Vienna in 2016.

President Van der Bellen Urges Austrians to Get Vaccinated

Responding to stagnating vaccination rates, the Austrian head of state posted a personal video message asking everyone to “be part of the solution.”

Danube Limes Now Listed as a World Heritage Site

After almost 20 years of transnational cooperation, the ruins of the ancient Roman frontier fortifications along the Danube are now recognized by UNESCO as sites of particular cultural value.

Growing Up Hungarian in Vienna

Since the launch of the Hungarian-German bilingual elementary school in 2019, Viennese parents can give their children an authentic 'magyar' learning experience.

Telex.hu – A Defiant Hungarian News Site

Resisting government efforts to suppress independent media, seasoned journalists at the new crowd-funded website have sworn to “keep a check on power.”

EU Advocate Condemns “Lex-CEU”

In a preliminary decision handed down March 5, the European Union’s Advocate General has declared unequivocally that Hungary’s 2017 restrictions on f...

The Burgtheater’s (im)Perfect Crib

Real time surtitles in German and English now make it possible for non-German speakers and the hard of hearing to enjoy Vienna’s greatest stage. But maybe you don’t need them.

Dr. Alma Zadić | From Refugee to Minister

Dr. Alma Zadić, a Bosnian-born lawyer who came to Austria as a 10-year-old when her family fled from the war-torn Balkans in the 1990s, has been named justice minister.