Héviz, Hungary

The famous Thermal lake in Héviz, Hungary, Europe. I think this will be a little bit too far for a day trip, but it looks really niiiiiiiice

The Mosque of Pasha Qasim, known by locals as the "dzsámi" (Jaamy)  in Széchenyi square, Pécs, Hungary

The Mosque of Pasha Qasim, known by locals as the "dzsámi" (Jaamy) in Széchenyi square, Pécs, Hungary Climbed that hill many times when I taught at the Janus.

Hátrafefe nyilazó lovas - hungarian symbol

The Hungarian mounted bowmen were famous for being able to fire accurately from horseback, especially backwards. This has become a Hungarian symbol

Madártej (bird’s milk) | 32 Hungarian Foods The Whole World Should Know And Love

Madártej (bird's milk)

Madártej (bird’s milk): Though birds can actually produce milk (seriously), madártej is not a product of our feathered friends, but rather a dessert of fluffy meringue floating on vanilla custard.

Tante Kati - Based on the old lady who used to live at Szekesfehervar. It is said, touching her nose brings luck

Tante Kati - Based on the old lady who used to live at Szekesfehervar. It is said, touching her nose brings luck, Hungary. I need all the luck I can get!

Szaloncukor (parlour candy) | 33 Hungarian Foods The Whole World Should Know And Love

Szaloncukor (parlour candy)

Szaloncukor (parlour candy) What it is: A chocolate Christmas candy, filled with flavored jelly or marzipan. Why it’s awesome: Szaloncukor is often hung on Hungarian Christmas trees. Let me repeat: Candy. Dreams do come true!

Kokárda

Kokárda

Szentendre - Szabadtéri Néprajzi Múzeum - SKANZEN - Hungarian Open Air Museum

Szentendre - Szabadtéri Néprajzi Múzeum - SKANZEN - Hungarian Open Air Museum

hungarian honey cake

colorful felt hungarian honey cake placemats - change the colors for valentine's

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