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Public holidays in Hungary - Turkish project

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  • 1. Public holidays of Hungary
  • 2. New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day
    • hungarian calendar
    • traditions
    • beliefs
  • 3. 15 March
    • 15 March 1848 Hungarian Revolution& War of Independence
    • Important characters: „márciusi ifjak” (‘Youths of March)
    Sándor Petőfi Mór Jókai József Irinyi Pál Vasvári
  • 4. What happened on the 15th of March? Assembling in Café Pilvax Landerer Press Assembling in front of the National Museum Town hall Viceregal Council The revolution was successful.
  • 5. d e m a n D s The 12 changes the Hungarians demanded (Written by Mór Jókai)
  • 6. 16th April – Holocaust Memorial Day
    • 16th April 1944
    • 2000.
    • Horthy Miklós
  • 7. Easter At Easter we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
  • 8. Easter Sunday
    • The Hungarian people go to church and eat boiled ham and horseradish.
  • 9. Easter Monday
    • The men visit the women and sprinkle them with water or perfume.The women give them painted eggs and invite them for a meal.
  • 10. 1st May
    • The men put a tree in the garden of their sweethearts’ house. In the settlements people hold a celebration in the open air.
  • 11. Pentecost in Hungary Christian feast, commemorating the descent of the Holy Spirit Hungarian customs: King of Pentecost Walking of the Pentecost Queen The symbol of Pentecost:
  • 12. on 4th June 1920 A day of national solidarity in memory of the signing of the Treaty of Trianon …
  • 13. Much of Hungary’s cultural and historical heritage was similarly made part of a foreign state.
  • 14. Trianon
  • 15. … the Hungarians are together in different countries.
  • 16. „ those Hungarians living under the rule of other states are all parts of a unified Hungarian nation and this unity beyond borders is a reality and a defining element of Hungarian personal and communal identity.”
  • 17. 20th of August the day of king Stephen I, memorial day of founding of our Christian Hungarian state and the thousand years Hungarian state
  • 18. Stephen I. the Basilica of Székesfehérvár St. Ladislaus
  • 19. King Stephen’s right hand was found to be intact the St. Stephen Basilica in Budapest
  • 20.  
  • 21. 23rd October - Hungarian Revolution of 1956
    • influence of the Soviet block
    • one of the most decisive events
    • began as a student demonstration
    • spread quickly
    • Red Army
  • 22. Christmas
  • 23.
    • Christmas or Christmas Day is a holiday generally observed on 25th December to commemorate the birth of Jesus, the central figure of Christianity.
  • 24.
    • In Hungary Jesus’ birthday is celebrated at Christmas mass on 24th of December at midnight.
  • 25.
    • On 24th of December families are fasting and they eat the Christmas dinner only in the evening.
  • 26.
    • The traditional meal includes: apple, walnuts, honey and garlic.
  • 27.
    • The Christmas table is important because of the decoration and the foods.
  • 28. Thank you for your attention =)