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Mátyás király (uralkodása: 1458–1490) Hunyadi János kisebbik fia, akit a Mátyás bátyját megölető, utód nélkül elhalt László király után a Hunyadi-párt meghívott a magyar trónra

Mátyás király (uralkodása: Hunyadi János kisebbik fia, akit a Mátyás…

Árpádházi Szent László király - King St. Laszlo  - Kőnig St. Laszlo http://www.ikonfestes.hu

Árpádházi Szent László király - King St. Laszlo - Kőnig St. Laszlo http://www.ikonfestes.hu

The Holy Crown of Hungary (Hungarian: Magyar Szent Korona, Latin: Sacra Corona), also known as the Crown of Saint Stephen, was the coronation crown used by the Kingdom of Hungary for most of its ex…

The Holy Crown of Saint Stephen, probably made in Byzantium (ca was used for the coronation of all Hungarian kings up to the last, Charles IV, in 1916

Portrait of Bálint Balassi 17th century. He was an hungarian poet who wrote also in turkish and slovakian among others and founder of the modern Hungarian lyric and erotic poetry.

Portrait of Bálint Balassi century. He was an hungarian poet who wrote also in turkish and slovakian among others and founder of the modern Hungarian lyric and erotic poetry.

Mátyás király címere a Mátyás templomban. fotó: Sándor Kemecsei

Mátyás király címere a Mátyás templomban

Hunyadi János címere

Hunyadi János címere

Szent László hermája

Szent László hermája

mátyás király - Google keresés

mátyás király - Google keresés

Hungarian royal crown. According to popular tradition, St Stephen held up the crown during the coronation (in the year 1000)  to offer it to the "Nagyboldogasszony" (the Blessed Virgin Mary)

According to popular tradition, St Stephen held up the crown during the coronation (in the year to offer it to the "Nagyboldogasszony" (the Blessed Virgin Mary)

The Hungarian Coronation Mantle, 11th century.

The Hungarian Coronation Mantle is a semicircular cloak densely embroidered with gold and silk. It dates to the eleventh century. The mantle is part o.


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