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Art Nouveau building of the lucky elephants in Budapest Zoo. Douglas Friedman, Budapest Zoo u Unusual Buildings, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Places, Modern Buildings, Wonderful Places, Amazing Places, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Architecture Unique
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Budapest Zoo

I was surprised to see such an unusual building at a zoo, much less a zoo in Budapest. I set up my camera to photograph the building, and then the elephant walked out. I was able to take two frames before it walked away.

Man from Hortobágy Puszta (Hungary) in traditional clothes, holding his Hungarian greys. Hungary Travel, Arte Popular, Central Europe, Budapest Hungary, World Cultures, Eastern Europe, People Around The World, Traditional Outfits, The Past
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Hortobágy Puszta sheppard

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

Folk art of . Hungarian Embroidery, Folk Embroidery, Art Costume, Folk Costume, Folklore, Costumes Around The World, Beauty Around The World, Folk Dance, Ethnic Dress
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Kalotaszegi anya és kislánya, Hungarian folk kostumes - Erdély

Hungarian horse-archers are famous for their skilled archery on horseback, especially aimed backwards. Mounted Archery, Medieval, Horse Facts, Cowboy Horse, Action Poses, Interesting History, Guy Pictures, Beautiful Creatures, Equestrian
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Hungarian horse-archer Kassai Lajos

A man wearing a traditional Hungarian "szűr". It was worn mainly by shepherds, and village folk. The word szűr "cifraszűr" where "cifra" means fancy, and refers to the fact that most were heavily embroidered. Art Costume, Folk Costume, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, European Costumes, Hungarian Embroidery, Cultural, My Heritage, Traditional Dresses
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A man wearing a traditional Hungarian "szűr". It was worn mainly by shepherds, and village folk. The word szűr "cifraszűr" where "cifra" means fancy, and refers to the fact that most were heavily embroidered.

Hungarian folk art and traditions - cifraszűr - Hungary Art Populaire, Folk Dance, Central Europe, Budapest Hungary, My Heritage, People Of The World, Travelogue, Eastern Europe, Homeland
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Hungarian folk art and traditions - cifraszűr - Hungary

Cowherds in cifraszűr, Budapest, Néprajzi Múzeum F Photograph by Gönyey Sándor. This has to be the least attractive folk costume for men I have ever seen. We Are The World, People Around The World, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Dresses, Folk Costume, Costumes, Hungarian Embroidery, Ethnic Dress, World Cultures
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cifraszűr - hungarian

For many people Hungary, beyond its magnificent capital, is an unknown entity. Away from the big city attractions of Budapest, historic towns nestle on the curve of the River Danube and thousands of ancient fortifications wait to be explored. Budapest, Trick Riding, Hungary Travel, Alien Concept, Yellowstone Park, Eastern Europe, Animal Pictures, Countryside, Hungary
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Hungary Destination Guide

For many people Hungary, beyond its magnificent capital, is an unknown entity. Away from the big city attractions of Budapest, historic towns nestle on the curve of the River Danube and thousands of ancient fortifications wait to be explored.

"Busójárás" in Mohács, Hungary. Danube River, Shamanism, Central Europe, My Heritage, People Of The World, Busan, Homeland, Folklore, Family History
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"Busójárás" in Mohács, Hungary.

 Hungarian as well. Near there is a "Csikós". Rare Horse Breeds, Different Horse Breeds, Pony Breeds, Rare Horses, Heart Of Europe, Angkor, Shades Of Black, My Ride, Beautiful Horses
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The Nonius (Hungarian: Nóniusz) is a Hungarian horse breed named after its Anglo-Norman foundation sire. Generally dark in color, it is a muscular and heavy-boned breed, similar in type to other light draft and driving horses. The breed was developed at the Imperial Stud at Mezőhegyes, Hungary by careful linebreeding. Originally bred to serve as a light draft and utility horse for Hungary's military, the breed became a useful agricultural horse during the 20th century.

1910 körül. Dózsa György (Aréna) út 100. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Hungary Travel, Most Beautiful Cities, Budapest Hungary, Eastern Europe, Historical Photos, City Photo
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1910 körül. Dózsa György (Aréna) út 100.

Szatmár Horse Posters, Vintage Horse, Folk Music, Hungary, Equestrian, Costume, Horses, History, People
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The great grassland plains that sweep out of eastern Hungary are home to an array of unusual animals and farming practices. Flamboyant csikos horsemen are the region's cowboys, famed for their horseback tricks. Hungary History, Trick Riding, Komondor, Unusual Animals, Show Horses, Zebras, Beautiful Horses, Beautiful Places, Horseback Riding
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Puszta