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Hungarian embroidery, beautiful

Hungarian embroidery

Hungarian embroidery, beautiful

Magyar Huszár - Hungarian Hussar - Hungarian traditional clothing is probably the most flattering to the male physique
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Magyar Huszár - Hungarian Hussar

Szűcs Mihály Huszárbandérium, Gödöllői Királyi Kastély Barokk Napok

Hungarian Embroidery
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Brides.com: Wedding Style from Around the World. Hungary  Rhapsodies in bold embroidery, heart-stealing maidens inspired by Old-World folk customs wear layers of clothing topped with a beaded, paprika-colored velvet vest and a finely pleated silk apron. Rows of pearls, braids, and a wildflower-and-heather wreath complement a visage as dewy as a mountain meadow. Outfit courtesy of the American Hungarian Museum, Passaic, NJ. Pearl necklace, Carolee.  Elements of the look: Bring out the gypsy…
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Wedding Style from Around the World

We travel the globe to reveal cultural wedding traditions

Traditional Hungarian dress from magyar.org.  So beautiful.
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all sumptuary laws repealed

That I am I. That my soul is a dark forest.

pottery in budapest <bet some good tastin' food could come outta these babies>
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pottery in budapest <bet some good tastin' food could come outta these babies>

Hungarian Paprika: Paprika is the national spice of Hungary; it appears in the country's most celebrated dish, goulash. Hungarian paprika is made from peppers that are harvested, then sorted, toasted, and blended. All Hungarian paprikas have some degree of rich, sweet red pepper flavor; they range in pungency and heat. #Hungary #Paprika #thekitchn
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What’s the Difference? Paprika

Hot, sweet, smoked, plain, Hungarian, Spanish – what are the differences between types of paprika?Paprika is a powder made from grinding the pods of various kinds of Capsicum annuum peppers. Used for flavor and color, it is the fourth most consumed spice in the world and often appears in spice mixes (like the bahārāt we posted earlier this week), rubs, marinades, stews, chilis, and as a garnish.

Charles IV of Hungary and Zita, Queen of Hungary in Hungarian clothes
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Charles IV of Hungary and Zita, Queen of Hungary in Hungarian clothes

Zita királyné és IV. Károly király Charles I of Austria or Charles IV of Hungary (Karl Franz Joseph Ludwig Hubert Georg Otto Marie; 17 August 1887 – 1 April 1922), the last ruler of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He was the last Emperor of Austria, the last King of Hungary, the last King of Bohemia and Croatia and the last King of Galicia and Lodomeria and the last monarch of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine. Princess Zita of Bourbon-Parma, wife of Emperor Charles of Austria. As such, she was…

Famous Hungarian dishes you need to know about! This one is called Dobos cake, and has a hard layer, similar to toffee on top.
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32 Hungarian Foods The Whole World Should Know And Love

Though our country may be little, our food is fierce.

Hungarian.
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Hungarian.

Hajós Alfréd the first hungarian who won gold medal at the Olympics in Athens in 1896 ( the first modern Olympic games)

Hajós Alfréd the first hungarian who won gold medal at the Olympics in Athens in 1896 ( the first modern Olympic games)

Hungarian cake
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Blood in the Water: 1956, Hungary vs Russia.
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Bloodiest waterpolo match 1956

Happened in 1956 in MelbourneHungary against RussiaThe Movie is called Children of Glory (Szabadsag Szerelem in Hungarian)

costumes from the Hungarian Heritage Museum in Cleveland

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1956 - Hungary

1956 - Hungary