Hungarian Puszta

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Window in traditional Hungarian Cottage www.benedek-tanya.com

Window in traditional Hungarian Cottage www.benedek-tanya.com

A traditional Hungarian horseman performs in a horse show on the Great Hungarian Plains, or Puszta, in Bugac

Pictures of the day: 18 May 2009

A traditional Hungarian horseman performs in a horse show on the Great Hungarian Plains, or Puszta, in Bugac

Szeged

Szeged

Post & bucket well - symbol of the puszta

Post & bucket well - symbol of the puszta

A Puszta

A Puszta

Puszta

Puszta

The cultural landscape of the Hortobágy Puszta consists of a vast area of plains and wetlands in eastern Hungary. Traditional forms of land use, such as the grazing of domestic animals, have been present in this pastoral society for more than two millennia.

The cultural landscape of the Hortobágy Puszta consists of a vast area of plains and wetlands in eastern Hungary. Traditional forms of land use, such as the grazing of domestic animals, have been present in this pastoral society for more than two millennia.

Bee eater

Bee eater

The fields in winter near Kiskunsag National Park

The fields in winter near Kiskunsag National Park

Leather armour, Attila the Hun style!

Leather armour, Attila the Hun style!


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Horseman with whip at Varga Tanya, Kunpuszta Major, Hungary

Horseman with whip at Varga Tanya, Kunpuszta Major, Hungary

Bee eater

Bee eater

The cultural landscape of the Hortobágy Puszta consists of a vast area of plains and wetlands in eastern Hungary. Traditional forms of land use, such as the grazing of domestic animals, have been present in this pastoral society for more than two millennia.

The cultural landscape of the Hortobágy Puszta consists of a vast area of plains and wetlands in eastern Hungary. Traditional forms of land use, such as the grazing of domestic animals, have been present in this pastoral society for more than two millennia.

The fields in winter near Kiskunsag National Park

The fields in winter near Kiskunsag National Park

traditional well

traditional well

A lonely tree

A lonely tree

Kiskun Major - views Oct 2011

Kiskun Major - views Oct 2011

Southbank London 'Be Part of it' poster

Southbank London 'Be Part of it' poster

Avenue of Baobabs, Madagascar The so-called Avenue of the Baobabs is a remarkable collection of the huge Malagasy species of baobab, which is endemic to Madagascar. Growing up to 30 metres high, and living for up to 800 years, these trees once stood in dense tropical forest but now tower in lonely isolation. Their immense fire-resistant trunks can reach diameters of 11 metres and can store a mind-boggling 120,000 litres of water to survive through nine months of the dry season.

Avenue of Baobabs, Madagascar The so-called Avenue of the Baobabs is a remarkable collection of the huge Malagasy species of baobab, which is endemic to Madagascar. Growing up to 30 metres high, and living for up to 800 years, these trees once stood in dense tropical forest but now tower in lonely isolation. Their immense fire-resistant trunks can reach diameters of 11 metres and can store a mind-boggling 120,000 litres of water to survive through nine months of the dry season.

YORKSHIRE - Hornsea, LNER poster, c 1930.

YORKSHIRE - Hornsea, LNER poster, c 1930.

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