Posts Tagged Hungaricum

Winter trip to Budapest

The life had changed a lot since I started this blog. We are no longer living in Budapest and I miss the country, the memories and friends we left behind. Then we decided to return to Hungary for Christmas. Planning what to do during the Christmas time in Budapest is not easy. It will be cold […]

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Another Hungary by Bukta Imre

This afternoon we visited the Mucsarnok (Arts Museum) in Budapest located at Heroes Square. There was an exhibition of Imre Bukta, a Hungarian artist and his “Another Hungary” work. The scenes portrayed by the artist maybe are far from the image we have in big cities like Budapest or the impressions the tourists take home […]


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It’s not enough to be Hungarian, you must also have talent!

I always heard that during the 30´s, the Hungarians dominated Hollywood. There is also a story I believed being a myth that in one of the studios in Hollywood there was a sign at the entrance saying: “It’s not enough to be Hungarian to make films. One must also have talent.” Also, another phrase commissioned […]



Hungarian folks dance for men – is it easy or not?

My favorite Hungarian folks dance is this one when the men dance jumping and kicking their boots! I love it! Unfortunately I don´t know the name of this dance and I don´t know any other detail about it. It would be nice if one of readers could comment on that! The video below shows the […]

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Gábor Miklós Szőke and Budapest

Originally posted on megalopolisnow:
Gábor Miklós Szoke – the new generation of visual arts well known in Budapest megalopolisnow View original post


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