Studying in Hungary

Hungary is a beautiful country, the native language is Hungarian. The University you could possibly visit is in Budapest. Take a look at the visuals and let us know if this would be a place you would like to possibly do your minor next year!
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Parliament Building, Budapest, Hungary by -yury-, via Flickr

Parliament Building, Budapest, Hungary by Yury Prokopenko The Parliament Building as seen from Fisherman's Bastion Budapest,

Hungarian Shortbread

Hungarian Shortbread [Hungary] The light and fluffy texture of this jam shortbread is the result of a rather odd technique: freezing the dough and grating it.

Budapest, Castle Hill, Fisherman Bastion, Statue of King Stephen, part of Mathias Church

Budapest: statue of Saint Stephen - next to the St Stephen Basilica and its gorgeous tiled roof - Britannica Online Encyclopedia

Traditional drink; Palinka! Perfect to relax after hours of studying

~ Hungarian (non-sweet) brandy (apricot, plum are my faves)

This Hungarian cat seems to be an expert in solving rubix cubes!

Funny Quotes – A Cat Trying To Solve A Rubik’s Cube: Funny Animal Pictures Funny Pictures ~ Funny Inspiration

Gorgeous Vienna. I would feel like sissi if I studied there...

Discover splendid, imperial buildings and important museums nearby. Visit the fascinating St. Stephen's Cathedral and stroll through the narrow streets in the heart of Vienna.

Wine, need I say more

Today the Bock family grows grapes on 70 hectares of land spread out over 10 of the Villány Mountain’s most fertile slopes.

A sad part of Budapest's culture, yet an important one. Holocaust memorial site on the Danube banks.

Holocaust memorial site on the Danube banks. 60 pairs of cast iron shoes.


100 Museums to Visit Before You DieMuseum of Applied Art

The Museum of Applied Arts (Hungarian: Iparművészeti Múzeum) is a museum in Budapest, Hungary. It is the third oldest applied arts museum in the world.