Viktória Viniczai

Viktória Viniczai

Viktória Viniczai
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Hair Romance - Easy half up braid tutorial in curly hair 4

Wedding hair- Hair Romance - Easy half up braid tutorial in curly hair 4

Snowing...

Snowing...

Protein-Packed Breakfast Bars You Might as Well Call Cookies; made with oats, almond butter, and unsweetened coconut

Healthy Protein-Packed Breakfast Bars You Might as Well Call Cookies - Gluten-free Almond Oatmeal Protein Bars

Headdress    Date:      1950–65  Culture:      Hungarian  Medium:      synthetic, metal, silk, cotton.  This headdress is an excellent example of folk traditions which were carried on through centuries. The use of celluloid in the flowers rather than traditional paper or textiles marks this as a later object; however it is otherwise traditional in form and decoration.

Hungarian headdress, various materials, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Papa, Hungary. My father's birth city

My father's birth city

museum of blue dying papa hungary

museum of blue dying papa hungary

Papa, Hungary summer 2013 I will be living here in 2 months!!!

Papa, Hungary summer 2013 I will be living here in 2 months!

Delicious ... Hungarian kolbasz, szalona, szalami :)   where's the bread and peppers

Recipe Hungarian Szalonna by Mermaids Treasures - Musings of an Antique Lil Girl - Petit Chef

Hungary Bride Rhapsodies in bold embroidery, heart-stealing maidens inspired by Old-World folk customs wear layers of clothing topped with a beaded, paprika-colored velvet vest and a finely pleated silk apron. Rows of  braids, and a wildflower-and-heather wreath complement a visage as dewy as a mountain meadow.

Rhapsodies in bold embroidery, heart-stealing maidens inspired by Old-World folk customs wear layers of clothing topped with a beaded, paprika-colored velvet vest and a finely pleated silk apron

One of the lasting remnants of Turkish influence in Hungary, Budapest's baths that are heated by natural thermal springs.

Hungary, Budapest :: Szechenyi Baths :: [One of the lasting remnants of Turkish influence in Hungary, Budapest's baths that are heated by natural thermal springs.