Travelling round the world was a childhood dream of Dr Dénes Balázs. His dream certainly came true as he visited 130 countries on five continents. He disclosed the knowledge that he acquired during his journeys in 27 books and a number of articles. It was this renowned geographer who founded the Hungarian Geographical Museum, an achievement whose seminal idea came from Jenő Cholnoky and Pál Teleki. The exhibition entitled 3,276 Days Spent in Exploration; or a Re-reading of Dénes Balázs, Geographer and Museum Founder is an homage to the founder of the Museum. The exhibition is like a “three dimensional manual” split into seven sections (the world of karst, deserts, jungles, the realm of ice and the world of volcanoes) which has something to offer to both geography lovers and the general public.