Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, 1945. After being destroyed during the war, it is now a plain white metal bridge spanning the River Danube.

Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, After being destroyed during the war, it is now a plain white metal bridge spanning the River Danube.

Szöllősy Kálmán: Romos Lánchíd, Budapest, 1945 / The Chain Bridge in ruins, Budapest, 1945.

Szöllősy Kálmán: Romos Lánchíd, Budapest, 1945 / The Chain Bridge in ruins, Budapest,

LIFE magazine article on Hungary's women during the 1956 revolution against the Soviet Union.

A Rip in the Iron Curtain: Photos From the Hungarian Revolution, 1956

LIFE magazine article on Hungary& women during the 1956 revolution against the Soviet Union.

Szendrő István: A felrobbantott Erzsébet híd, Budapest, 1945 / Ruins of the exploded Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, 1945.

Szendrő István: A felrobbantott Erzsébet híd, Budapest, 1945 / Ruins of the exploded Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest,

Hungarian genealogy resources at http://www.hungaryexchange.com/

dusttodigital: Béla Bartók collecting folk songs with phonograph from Slovakian peasants in Zobordarázs (today Dražovce, part of Nitra city, Slovakia), 1907 (via Poemas del río Wang: Béla Bartók: Romanian folk dances)

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A Hungarian liquor. This and more with Serious Eats "Ask a Bartender" series. They recommend lots of lesser known spirits and liqueurs for your cocktail repertoire.

Great article, very detailed about vardos and showman waggons.

There's a revival of Gypsy Caravans in Britain. These wagons, historically, were called vardos and were the most prized possession of a gypsy.

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