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A shepherd wears a coat known as a suba.  Location:	Hortobagy National Park, Hortobagy Plain, Hungary.

A shepherd wears a coat known as a Suba, in Hortobagy National Park, Hortobagy Plain, Hungary.

Hungarian Hussar

The Hussars - In the first half of the century, a light cavalry appeared on the battlegrounds of Europe called the Hungarian hussars.

Székely-Hungarian Rovás, which are also known as Hungarian Runes, are thought to have descended from the Turkic script (Kök Turki) used in Central Asia, though some scholars believe the Székely-Hungarian Rovás pre-date the Turkic script.  Read more on this here: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/hungarian_runes.htm  - This poster is created by galgergo.deviantart.com

Székely-Hungarian Rovás (Hungarian Runes) were used to write Hungarian up till the in some areas of Hungary.

Young hungarian light-horseman Traditional hungarian uniform from the middle of the 19th century

Young hungarian light-horseman Traditional hungarian uniform from the middle of…

A sheppard in the Hortobágy Puszta (Hungary) in traditional clothes.

Man from Hortobágy Puszta (Hungary) in traditional clothes, holding his Hungarian greys.

Herdsmen with grey cattles on Hortobágy #Hungary

Magyar szürkemarha - a unique Hungarian breed of cows

Hungarian folk costumes - Kalotaszeg - A magyar nép mvészete : számos szakért és mvész...

Hungarian folk costumes - Kalotaszeg - A magyar nép mvészete : számos szakért és…

Hungarian Hussar

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

A man wearing a traditional Hungarian "szűr". It was worn mainly by shepherds, and village folk. The word szűr  "cifraszűr" where "cifra" means fancy, and refers to the fact that most were heavily embroidered.

A man wearing a traditional Hungarian "szűr". It was worn mainly by shepherds, and village folk. The word szűr "cifraszűr" where "cifra" means fancy, and refers to the fact that most were heavily embroidered.