Famous Hungarians

On this board we collect you the most famous Hungarians, to give you an idea why Hungarians are such a proud nation.
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Rubik Ernő Fotó: Maik Wiesegart

Erno Rubik (b 13 July the Hungarian engineer, inventor of the world famous Rubik's cube. The Rubik's Cube has been 40 years now.

Dániel Gyurta ( born 1989, Budapest ) is a Hungarian swimmer, Olympic gold and silver medalist, two-time world and European champion Hungarian swimmer. The most successful Hungarian men's race is still an active swimmer. - olimpiai arany- és ezüstérmes, kétszeres világ- és Európa-bajnok magyar úszó. A legsikeresebb, jelenleg is aktív magyar férfi versenyúszó.

Dániel Gyurta ( born Budapest ) is a Hungarian swimmer, Olympic gold and silver medalist, two-time world and European champion Hungarian swimmer. The most successful Hungarian men's race is still an active swimmer.

Dr. Bela Schick was a Hungarian-born American pediatrician. He discovered a cure for diptheria. The Schick test is given to every newborn. He joined the Medicine Faculty of the University of Vienna where he remained until 1923 when he came to the U.S. His discovery of a test for susceptibility to diphtheria ("the Schick test") made him world famous. Schick made important studies on scarlet fever, tuberculosis, and the nutrition for infants.

Dr. Bela Schick was a Hungarian-born American pediatrician. He discovered a cure for diptheria. The Schick test is given to every newborn. He joined the Medicine Faculty of the University of Vienna where he remained until 1923 when he came to the U.S. His discovery of a test for susceptibility to diphtheria ("the Schick test") made him world famous. Schick made important studies on scarlet fever, tuberculosis, and the nutrition for infants.

Possible Guest George Lang - A Hungarian émigré who barely escaped World War II alive, Lang was a concert violinist before entering New York's food world. He managed the Four Seasons restaurant during its heyday. He traveled the world, recruiting chefs for the 1964 World's Fair. However, it's in the role of food historian, storyteller that we enjoy Lang most. George Lang's Cuisine of Hungary (Atheneum,1971) is a mix of history, myth, and mirth, with recipes for the classic foods he grew up…

George Lang

s Cuisine of Hungary is a mix of history, myth, and mirth, with recipes for the classic foods he grew up with.

Magyarország olimpia érmei –

Magyarország olimpia érmei - A helsinki csúcs után majdnem elfogytunk

Ferenc Puskas--- scored an incredible 83 goals in 84 appearances for Hungary. FIFA now names an award after him for the 'Best goal of the year'. Here he is (2nd from right) with legendary Real Madrid teammates Kopa, Rial, Di Stefano  Gento.

Ferenc Puskas--- scored an incredible 83 goals in 84 appearances for Hungary. FIFA now names an award after him for the 'Best goal of the year'. Here he is from right) with legendary Real Madrid teammates Kopa, Rial, Di Stefano & Gento.

Ervin Zádor Hungarian waterpolo player after the Hungary defeated the USSR in the "Blood in the Water" polo game in 1956. The Hungarian team won the game 4–0 and later was awarded the Olympic gold medal. The match was extremely violent, and was halted in the final minute to quell fighting amongst spectators.

n 33 days after the Soviet Army invaded Hungary, the two nations faced each other in an Olympic water polo match, known as the “Blood in the Water match.” Hungary defeated the Soviet Union and went on to win the gold medal.

Az Osztrák-Magyar Monarchia tangeri konzulátusa.

Az Osztrák-Magyar Monarchia tangeri konzulátusa.

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