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HUNGARIAN HISTORY Part 2. – The first Kings

One of the best ways to understand a country’s culture is through getting to know its history. Are Hungarians the […]

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Camera, lights, action – Hungarians behind Hollywood

For Hungary the Oscars has been put under a microscope in 2015, when the Hungarian film drama the Son of […]

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A travel-in-time – not only for Sisi-fans

Besides the historical traditions and the faithfully refurnished rooms which satisfy the most scrupulous demands of protocol, the programme of […]

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HUNGARIAN HISTORY Part 1. – The origins of the Hungarians

One of the best ways to understand a country’s culture is through getting to know its history. Are Hungarians the […]

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Let’s taste a bit of the Hungarian history!

The purpose of the Hungarian National Museum is to collect, preserve and present the past of the former inhabitants of […]

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Budapest: The City of Spas

Since Roman times, bath culture has been a part of the history of Budapest, a city rich in thermal waters. […]

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Travelling back to time with the biggest statues of the cold war

Have you ever stood by the Statue of Liberty at the Citadella? The 14 m tall bronze woman holding a palm […]

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KLEZMER FRIDAY AT SPINOZA CAFÉ

Spinoza Restaurant is in the heart of Budapest, in the middle the old Jewish quarter, very closed to the great […]

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TUTANKHAMON – HIS TOMB AND HIS TREASURE

Visitors young and old have the chance to get the feeling of what the Egyptian archaeologist Howard Carter – the […]

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18 interesting facts about the Parliament building

The Hungarian Parliament Building - aka Országház in Hungarian - is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary, a landmark […]

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Following Sissi’s footsteps in Budapest

Elisabeth, the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I, touched Hungarian hearts and left her mark on the history of the […]

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October 23rd, commemorating the Hungarian Revolution

"October 23, 1956, is a day that will live forever in the annals of free men and nations. It was […]

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