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

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

Vajk fejedelem, majd I. Szent István király (államalapító, Géza fejedelem fia, uralkodása: 1000-1038)

St Stephen of Hungary

Hungarian crown jewels, Parliament Building, Budapest Hungary

Hungarian crown jewels, Parliament Building, Budapest Hungary

Bertalan Farkas, Hungary's first astronaut. 1980.

Farkas Bertalan - First Hungarian man in space.

Kurultáj Bugacpuszta 2014. Hungary

Kurultáj Bugacpuszta 2014. Hungary

II. Rákóczi Ferenc  ünnepi  dolmányban.  A nyakbavető sajátos magyar utat futott be,  fél lánc amit a dolmányra akasztottak

Ferenc Rákóczi Prince o f Transylvania

Honoring the Nogai-Tatars(a nomadic Turkic tribe located in the Caucasus region, Southwest Russia)

Honoring the Nogai-Tatars(a nomadic Turkic tribe located in the Caucasus region, Southwest Russia) Nogay Tatarları

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Papp László  -  ökölvívó. London 1948, Helsinki 1952, Melbourne 1956, sorozatban háromszor olimpiai bajnok, elsőként a világon.

Bob Mee pays tribute to the great Laszlo Papp who died on this day in 2003

Count István Széchenyi (1791-1860) Politician, writer and economist. Served as transport minister in the Batthyány government . Hailed as an important figure in Hungarian politics, and one of the creators of a new, modern Hungary, he was responsible for the first bridge across the Danube in Budapest, which still bears his name to this day.

BARABБS, Miklуs Hungarian painter (b. Kйzdimбrkosfalva, d. Budapest) Count Istvбn Szйchenyi 1848 Oil on canvas Historical Picture Gallery, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest

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

hátrafelé nyilazó magyar lovas - Google keresés

Ancient Hungarian man on horseback

Giovanni Dalmata: Beatrice of Aragon and King Matthias Corvinus. Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

Ő volt Mátyás király nagy szerelme

A really traiditonal wear  Source: www.aphrodite.hu

A really traiditonal wear Source: www.

historical hungarian

historical hungarian

A magyar nép lovas történelme, lovas hagyományai, lovas öröksége

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

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