This is where Hungary is Located on a map

The Czech Republic is in Europe and is right next to Slovakia, Germany, Poland, and Austria.

Hungarian Flag, Second Language, Hungary, Countries, Period, Serbian, Languages, Schools, Idioms

Education: The photo I chose was the Hungarian flag. To show that the main language they teach in Hungarian schools is Hungarian. The official language in schools is Hungarian. However, there are schools where they teach other languages such as German, Romanian, Slovenian, Serbian may use their language as the main or second language in the classroom.

Education: The photo I chose was the Hungarian flag. To show that the main language they teach in Hungarian schools is Hungarian. The official language in schools is Hungarian. However, there are schools where they teach other languages such as German, Romanian, Slovenian, Serbian may use their language as the main or second language in the classroom.

History: This picture shows a famous person in Hungary’s history, Elizabeth Bathory. Ms. Bathory was a serial killer who killed more than 600 women.  After she killed them, she bathed in their blood and drank it. After years of hunting innocent young women, rumors spread of her activities and  Elizabeth was captured by soldiers who raided her castle. She died in prison at 54 and has been described as one of the most prolific and sadistic female serial killers in Hungarian history.

Part 2 of my Real Vampire Cases will be about two of the worlds most famous vampires in history.

Education: The picture I chose was the University of Pécs. Pécs is the first university in Hungary and one of the major higher education in the country. They have Hungarian, English and German programs in this education. In university tuition fees in Hungary are very affordable students at Hungarian universities are also required to pay an application fee, exam fee and registration fee, each between €100 and €150.

University of Pécs to Host Bioprinting and Medical Printing Conference

Education: The picture shown is School starting  in September 2011 in the Saint Benedict School Center. In fact a high number of primary and secondary public schools are currently struggling with very serious money problems. So now schools are finding churches that become the leader or owner of the school. Another education system Hungary has is in 1945 eight years of schooling for children from 6 to 14 years of age was required. In 1962 they said required schooling for ages 6 to 16.

Education: The picture shown is School starting in September 2011 in the Saint Benedict School Center. In fact a high number of primary and secondary public schools are currently struggling with very serious money problems. So now schools are finding churches that become the leader or owner of the school. Another education system Hungary has is in 1945 eight years of schooling for children from 6 to 14 years of age was required. In 1962 they said required schooling for ages 6 to 16.

Religion: The picture that shows is the Catholic Church in Hungary. The church is worldwide and is under the spiritual leadership of the Pope in Rome There are different religions such as Sunni Islam and Judaism but Hungary does have more Christians than any other religion. Péter Erdő is the leader of the church and was the leader since 2003. Their are 3,871,881 members at the church. Church is a part of Hungary’s religion but not used in everyone's daily life.

Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption and Saint Adalbert, Esztergom (Hungary)

Religion: The picture i've shown is a graph of the different religions in Hungary. There are many different types of religion in Hungary. Most of Hungary is Christians. However less than 1% are Jewish. About one million Jews lived in Hungary before World War II, 600,000 were deported to concentration camps. In Budapest the capital of Hungary the most popular religion is christianity with 698,521 people.

Religious map of Hungary according to the 2011 population census

Art: The picture shown is the Parliament of Budapest. Its height is 315′.  Parliament of Budapest is a notable landmark of Hungary and a popular tourist destination of Budapest. Buda and pest was made together to make Budapest in 1873. The  Parliament Building was opened in 1904 and was for expressing the sovereignty of the nation. About 100,000 people were involved in construction for building the Parliament

Visit the impressively immense and richly decorated Hungarian Parliament to behold Hungary's biggest building.

Art: The photo shown is Dancers in the State Folk Ensemble in Budapest. Doing a traditional dance.  There are varieties of different music it Hungary but the most famous and popular is folk music. Folk music is a big part of Hungary’s culture and Hungarian music. Hungarians people and their folk dance and music clearly represent their emotions.

Hungary is one of the very few countries where folk-dancing as on an incredibly high artistic level. The authentic folk-dance performance take place in the Budai Vigadó, performed by the best professional Hungarian folk ensemble, the Hungarian State

Art: The picture shown is a famous painting in Hungary called the Pilgrimage to the Cedars in Lebanon, painted by Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka. The picture is painted with oil paints and was made in 1924. Tivadar traveled many miles to find inspiration for something to paint. The picture of cedar trees painted in Lebanon. The painting represents religious character. According to ancient beliefs, cedars play an important role in ancient Hungarian mythology.

Art: The picture shown is a famous painting in Hungary called the Pilgrimage to the Cedars in Lebanon, painted by Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka. The picture is painted with oil paints and was made in 1924. Tivadar traveled many miles to find inspiration for something to paint. The picture of cedar trees painted in Lebanon. The painting represents religious character. According to ancient beliefs, cedars play an important role in ancient Hungarian mythology.

History: The picture shown is the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 in Budapest. It shows Rebels firing on Soviet troops who were against the government of the Hungarian People's Republic and its Soviet-imposed policies.  Hungary lost to the Soviet Union and more than 2,500 Hungarians died.   Hungary was deeply affected and destroyed because of the revolution.

Recalling the 1956 Hungarian uprising against the Soviet Union through photographs by the great Michael Rougier.

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