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Prey of ARPAD ---in the  Resrtaurant of   " Bujdosó" "Translvania

Prey of ARPAD ---in the Resrtaurant of " Bujdosó" "Translvania

Kingdom of Hungary (1920-1944):  The irredentist Magyar Hiszek Egy ("The Hungarian Creed" written by Mrs. Elemér Papp-Váry, née Szeréna Sziklay (1881-1923). Recited each morning by Hungarian school children during the Horthy era. "I believe in Hungary’s resurrection!" referring to revision of the Treaty of Trianon, 1920.

Kingdom of Hungary (1920-1944): The irredentist Magyar Hiszek Egy ("The Hungarian Creed" written by Mrs. Elemér Papp-Váry, née Szeréna Sziklay (1881-1923). Recited each morning by Hungarian school children during the Horthy era. "I believe in Hungary’s resurrection!" referring to revision of the Treaty of Trianon, 1920.

Hungary History, Budapest Hungary, Vintage Posters, Beautiful Places, Hungary, Poster Vintage, Retro Posters

Kölcsey Ferenc és a Hymnus :: Himnusz

Kölcsey Ferenc és a Hymnus :: Himnusz

Bujdosó Székely vendéglő, étterem

Bujdosó Székely vendéglő, étterem

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Hungary History, Arrow, Arrows

The Szózat ("Appeal" or "Summons") is considered Hungary's second national anthem, after the Himnusz. The official anthem is sung at the beginning of ceremonies, and Szózat is sung at the end.

The Szózat ("Appeal" or "Summons") is considered Hungary's second national anthem, after the Himnusz. The official anthem is sung at the beginning of ceremonies, and Szózat is sung at the end.

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