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Amazing architecture: interesting facts about Hungary
Sisi, the Hungarian Champion

Sisi, the Hungarian Champion

The Austrian Empress Sisi (nickname for Elisabeth) captivated hearts as a figure of inspiration, revered for her athleticism, fashion sense, wanderlust, poetic talents, and charity work. Even in the...

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All about Goulash

All about Goulash

The awe-inspiring beauty of the Great Hungarian Plain (Alföld) is truly remarkable! Stretching from the Carpathians in the north and east to the Dinaric Alps in the south, its vastness is simply...

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See the old Budapest

This captivating collection of old film footage epitomizes the enduring allure of Budapest, beckoning you to witness its historical charm and vibrant energy. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey as you explore the captivating streets, soak in the rich history, and embrace the indomitable spirit that has shaped Budapest throughout the 20th century. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover the hidden treasures and hidden stories that await you in this mesmerizing city.

Kossuth Square looked very different before World War 2

Hungarian Folk Tales

Hungarian folk tales, also known as magyar mesék, are traditional stories passed down through generations in Hungary. These tales often feature animals as main characters and convey moral lessons and cultural values. They are known for their unique storytelling style and memorable characters, such as the cunning fox and the dumb cuckoo. Many of these tales have been adapted into books, films, and plays, and continue to be an important part of Hungarian culture and folklore.

Hungarian folk tales are traditional stories passed down through generations