|Ceased publication||October 1939|
Pesti Napló was a Hungarian language newspaper published from March 1850 to October 1939. The paper was based in Budapest, Hungary. On 2 January 1841 the paper began to be published twice a week. Until 1844 Lajos Kossuth served as the editor-in-chief of the paper. Hungarian author Zsigmond Kemény was among the regular contributors.
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