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Csoda szarvas - A central figure in the legends surrounding the origin of the Hungarian people. The name translates to "Miraculous Deer". According to Hungarian legend, while out hunting, the brothers Hunor and Magor saw a miraculous white stag. They pursued the animal, but it always stayed ahead of them, leading them westward into Levedia, where they married two princesses and founded the Hun and Magyar peoples.

Csoda szarvas - A central figure in the legends surrounding the origin of the Hungarian people. The name translates to "Miraculous Deer". According to Hungarian legend, while out hunting, the brothers Hunor and Magor saw a miraculous white stag. They pursued the animal, but it always stayed ahead of them, leading them westward into Levedia, where they married two princesses and founded the Hun and Magyar peoples.

Hungarian folk style ring, Magyar népmesÉs gyűrű

Hungarian folk style ring, Magyar népmesÉs gyűrű

Menyasszonyi láda, Hódmezővásárhelyről...

Menyasszonyi láda, Hódmezővásárhelyről...

Hungarian gate - At Bradesti (north of Odorheiu Secuiesc) several decorated gates with little dovecots on top can be admired. They are typical for the houses of the Hungarian minority living in the region around Georgheni. Photo Mick Palarczyk.

Hungarian gate - At Bradesti (north of Odorheiu Secuiesc) several decorated gates with little dovecots on top can be admired. They are typical for the houses of the Hungarian minority living in the region around Georgheni. Photo Mick Palarczyk.

Hungarian tulip chest

Hungarian tulip chest

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magyar-abc-1.jpg

Az életfa üzenete: „Ha nagyra akarsz nőni, ne vágd el a gyökereidet…” - mondta Kassai Lajos íjászmester. Kép: Dávid Júlia üvegfestménye

Az életfa üzenete: „Ha nagyra akarsz nőni, ne vágd el a gyökereidet…” - mondta Kassai Lajos íjászmester. Kép: Dávid Júlia üvegfestménye

Treasure of Nagyszentmiklos, depiction of a mounted warrior with captive on a  gold ewer (pitcher). The horseman represents a warrior of 1 of the steppe khanates of the 7-10th c. (Avars/Khazars, Bulgars or Magyars)

Treasure of Nagyszentmiklos, depiction of a mounted warrior with captive on a gold ewer (pitcher). The horseman represents a warrior of 1 of the steppe khanates of the 7-10th c. (Avars/Khazars, Bulgars or Magyars)

Magyar himnusz: A Regölés szokása és a csodaszarvas

Magyar himnusz: A Regölés szokása és a csodaszarvas

Hungarian Turul

Turul

Hungarian Turul

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