The Museum of Applied Arts - Budapest, Hungary | Incredible Pictures

Look at those arches! And the shape of the opper balcony/"look-down" thing! The Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, Hungary photo via alexandra.Art Noveau with some Islamic and Hindu motifs

Budapest

There are 9 bridges crossing the Danube and connecting Buda and Pest. Here, a trolley crosses Liberty Bridge, or Szabads& h&

This photo was taken on March 5, 2011 in Varhegy, Budapest, Budapest, HU, using a Canon EOS 450D.

Street in the Buda castle in Budapest, Hungary, dates back hundreds of years - this photo was taken in Photo: Tamas Albertszki

Crown of St. Stephen. The Holy Crown of Hungary, also known as the Crown of Saint Stephen, was the coronation crown used by the Kingdom of Hungary for most of its existence. The Crown was bound to the Lands of the Crown of Saint Stephen. No king of Hungary was regarded as having been truly legitimate without being crowned with it. In the history of Hungary, more than fifty kings were crowned with it (the two kings who were not so crowned were John II Sigismund and Joseph II).

The Holy Crown of Hungary, also known as the Crown of Saint Stephen According to tradition, any monarch who claims the Lands of the Crown of Saint Stephen without being crowned with the Holy Crown was and will never be legitimate

Budapest 1930

KOZÁK LAJOS Duna-part, lépcső, a felső rakpart a havas úton kerékpáros 1930

from Hungary - Storks hunting for froggs, toads and small animals.

From Hungary - Storks hunting for frogs , toads and small animals.

Túrógombóc: 500 grams túró (curd cheese) 120 grams semolina 3 eggs 10 tablespoons breadcrumbs 2 tablespoons oil Powdered sugar Sour cream. Crumble the curd cheese in a bowl, add semolina, egg yolks, a bit of salt and combine. Beat egg whites until stiff and carefully fold into mixture. Make balls with wet hands and put them in slightly salty, boiling water. They are cooked when they rise to the surface. Roast breadcrumbs in oil and roll balls in it. Serve with sour cream and powdered sugar.

Túrógombóc: 500 grams túró (curd cheese) 120 grams semolina 3 eggs 10 tablespoons breadcrumbs 2 tablespoons oil Powdered sugar Sour cream. Crumble the curd cheese in a bowl, add semolina, egg yolks, a bit of salt and combine. Beat egg whites until stiff and carefully fold into mixture. Make balls with wet hands and put them in slightly salty, boiling water. They are cooked when they rise to the surface. Roast breadcrumbs in oil and roll balls in it. Serve with sour cream and powdered sugar.

hungarian - Zoltán atya

hungarian - Zoltán atya Rocking that skate board, Father!


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