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

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

magyar szürke - hungarian grey cattle - a unique and ancient breed.

Magyar szürke - Hungarian grey cattle - a unique and ancient breed.

Hungarian grey cattle - Hortobagy, Hungary

Hungarian grey is an ancient breed of domestic beef cattle indigenous to…

Hungarian Grey cattle - Hortobágy - Hungary

Hungarian Grey cattle - Hortobágy - Hungary

Hortobágy National Park - the Puszta (Hungary)

Hortobágy National Park - the Puszta (Hungary)

The Nine Holed Bridge (Hungarian Kilenclyukú híd) is the most identifiable symbol of the Hortobágy, Hungary's great plain

The Hungarian Nine Holed Bridge (Kilenclyukú híd) is the most identifiable symbol of the Hortobágy, Hungary's great plain

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

North-Eastern Transylvania, they light fires (Ardeasaâ in Bucovina); spreading of bad-smelling substances; fumigating people, cattle and household. In their fight against evil spirits people got help from the “Midwinter Wolves”

AH Museum (AHM) - Hungarian Online Resources (Magyar Online Forrás)

AH Museum (AHM) - Hungarian Online Resources (Magyar Online Forrás)

Hortobágy National Park - the Puszta Hungary UNESCO

Hortobágy National Park - the Puszta Hungary UNESCO

Great Hungarian karikas whip with bindings Hortobágy  Handle: plum wood handle covered with typical bindings of Hortobágy  Whip: made from alum thawed leather - See more at: http://www.itshungarian.com/hungarian-gifts-products-store/whips/great-hungarian-karikas-whip-with-bindings-hortobagy/#sthash.OBIlhLob.dpuf

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Great Hungarian karikas whip with bindings Hortobágy Handle: plum wood handle covered with typical bindings of Hortobágy Whip: made from alum thawed leather - See more at: http://www.itshungarian.com/hungarian-gifts-products-store/whips/great-hungarian-karikas-whip-with-bindings-hortobagy/#sthash.OBIlhLob.dpuf

Magyarország színesben (1940-1943) - Mai Manó Ház

Magyarország színesben (1940-1943) - Mai Manó Ház

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