Tisza River #Hungary- close to our house the "TAnya" an the southeast close to the Romanian border

Tisza River ~ Hungary- close to our house the "TAnya" an the southeast close to the Romanian border

Tiszavirágzás - literally "the blooming of the Tisza" is actually nothing to do with flowers, or even the River Tisza. Tisza flower is the nickname for the Mayfly in HUngarian, and just about now (mid May) they are swarming in huge clouds over Hungarian rivers such as the Tisza to breed.

Tiszavirágzás - literally "the blooming of the Tisza" is actually nothing to do with flowers, or even the River Tisza. Tisza flower is the nickname for the Mayfly in HUngarian, and just about now (mid May) they are swarming in huge clouds over Hungarian rivers such as the Tisza to breed.

Kökénydombi I. Vénusz - Tisza kultúra, Hódmezővásárhely-Kökénydomb, Kr. e. 5. évezred / Tisza Culture - Neolithic archaeological culture of the Alföld plain in modern-day Hungary, dated to the 5th and 4th millennia BCE.

Kökénydombi I. Vénusz - Tisza kultúra, Hódmezővásárhely-Kökénydomb, Kr. e. 5. évezred / Tisza Culture - Neolithic archaeological culture of the Alföld plain in modern-day Hungary, dated to the 5th and 4th millennia BCE.

Fekete bársonyból készült mellény, szűcshímzést utánzó munkával (Bogács, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén m., 19. sz. vége) -Hungáry

Fekete bársonyból készült mellény, szűcshímzést utánzó munkával (Bogács, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén m., 19. sz. vége) -Hungáry

Young Hungarian girl, 1884. (Source.)

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Tisza, Hungary - the area my family is from

Tisza, Hungary - the area my family is from

Tiszakêcske and the frozen Tisza river, the second largest river of Hungary.

Tiszakêcske es a befagyott tisza folyó

Neolithic "sickle god" figurine from the Hungarian site of Szegvar-Tuzkoves, Tisza culture, c. 5000 b.c.

Neolithic "sickle god" figurine from the Hungarian site of Szegvar-Tuzkoves, Tisza culture, c. 5000 b.

Traditional Pákász shelter in Tisza, Hungary. Pákász people inhabited bogs where they lived as fishers and bushcrafters.

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Traditional Pákász shelter in Tisza, Hungary. Pákász people inhabited bogs where they lived as fishers and bushcrafters.

Painting of Hungarian statesman István Tisza (1861–1918) - On June 28, 1914, Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. Before entering the war, only the prime minister Count István Tisza hesitated, unconvinced that it was the best time to engage in battle.

Portrait of Count Stephen Tisza by Gyula Benczur (Hungarian .

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