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Petra Nagy

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Transcript of Hungary

Hungary Tour
Data & facts
Hungarians 92.3%
Gypsies 1.9%
Germans 0.6%
Slovaks 0.17%
Croats 0.15%
Romanians 0.08%
Other nationalities 0.36%
Unknown 5.6%
Moments in History
National holidays
Where is it?
Area: 93 036 square mile
Population: 9 908 798 person
Official language: Hungarian
Capital city: Budapest
Roman Catholic 51.2%
Protestant 15.9%
Evangelical 3.0%
Greek Catholic 2.6%
Other Christian 0.7%
Israelite 0.13%
Other non-Christian 0.13%
Not one religious community 14.5%
Unknown 10.8%
<-- strength
<-- faithfulness
<-- hope
Sport ever & nowadays
The Golden Football Team (1950-1954)
Hungarian Man Water Polo Team
Science & Technology
Ferenc Liszt
Béla Bartók
Zoltán Kodály

Sándor Márai
Imre Kertész (Nobel Prize)
Péter Esterházy

Gastronomy tour
The Hungarian people love to eat good food and drink ...
Must to see
Tips & Triks
Business meetings usually begin with informal small talk about Hungarian food, wine or horses and then gradually progress to official business.
Maintaining eye contact with a Hungarian is a way of establishing trust or showing that you are sincere.
Most of the Hungarians has a pessimistic view.
Hungarian expects trusted friends to share personal information-so be ready to receive questions about your personal situation which may appear very private!
Hungarians respond well to good story tellers and have a highly developed sense of humor.
If you want to hear a long story you just ask the people about Trianon.
How the foreigners see Hungarians?
The glass is always half empty, unless it is filled with "pálinka".
They have an ironic sense of humor.
Hungarian planning: "we will see what happens".
Extremely colorful culture.
Having "brilliant" ideas all the time.
Very flexible, resilient and family-oriented.
Slightly pessimistic (slightly?).
Debate comes before decision and not afterwards. After decision-making they focus on implementation.
They will deliver what they have promised.
Some of the most delicious famous Hungarian food...
Little fun
Hungary has 22 designated wine regions, in all 4 corners of the country. Some people consider the red wines from Szekszárd and Villány in southern Hungary, where the Heumann wines come from, to be the cream of the crop. Around Lake Balaton, you will find the Balatonfelvidék, Balatonfüred-Csopak, Balatonboglár, and Badacsony regions. Further to the North, the Somló hills and Sopron region also offer fine wine. The vineyards of the Tokaji region were classified long before Bordeaux, already in the 1700s, with vineyards grouped into 3 categories depending on the soil, sun exposure and potential to develop noble rot. Noble-sweet Tokaji has been Hungary’s crowning glory for hundreds of years. Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, noble-sweet Tokaji was a cherished wine enjoyed by the European Courts.
"gulyás" - goulash
"paprika" - pepper/paprika
"túrós csusza harcsapaprikással"
"pick szalámi" - pick salami
"hortobágyi húsos palacsinta" - pancake with meat from Hortobágy
What we know about Turkey...
Dániel Gyurta
Rita Kőbán
Zsolt Erőss (1968-2013)
Ferenc Szőnyi
Bath in Budapest
Király (TR)
Rác (TR)
Rudas (TR)
Veli bej (TR)

Gül Baba's octagonal tomb (türbe)
Hakan Şükür
Naim Süleymanoğlu
Hungary's most notable annual events include the Budapest Spring Festival (mid-march to mid-April), Hortobágy Equestrian Days (late June), Sopron Early Music Days (late June), Festival in Budapest (late June), Miskolc Opera Festival (late June), Miskolc Kalálka International Folk Festival (July), Győr Summer Festival (late June), Győr Summer Cultural Festival (late June to late July), Pannon Festival in Pécs (July and August), Szentendre Summer Festival (July), Kőszeg Street Theatre Festival (late July), Savaria International Dance Competition in Szombathely (July), Debrecen Jazz Days (July), Szeged Open Air Festival (mid-July to August), Diáksziget (shorter: "Sziget" or "Sziget Festival", Student Island or Pepsi Island) north of Budapest (August), Eger Wine Harvest Festival (September), and Budapest Autumn Arts Festival (mid-September to mid-October).

St Stephen's Day (August 20) is celebrated with sporting events, parades and fireworks nationwide. On the same day there is a Floral Festival in Debrecen and a Bridge Fair in nearby Hortobágy. Formula 1 car races are held in early August at the Hungaroring near Mogyoród, 18 km northeast of Budapest.[1]

We have lot of Ruinpubs in the city.
In the countryside
László Papp
Dobos cake
"túró rudi"
Gyros in pita
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