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Educational Hungary presentation in English. I has been using this presentation during my EVS in Poland to share interesting facts for Polish students/adults.

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  • HUNGARIAN INVENTIONS VIDEO
  • Folklore Fancy work = himzés
  • Himzés = fancy work Trianon 1920
  • Ex. Katti Zoob fashion designer
  • M agyar tervezésű, kalocsai mintás overallt visel majd az idényzáró Forma–1-es Brazil Nagydíj időmérő edzésén Jenson Button, a McLaren 2009-ben világbajnok brit pilótája. Lewis Hamilton
  • Customs: The Busó festivities at Mohács in southern Hungary are a six-day carnival in late February to mark the end of winter, named for the busós,  frightening-looking costumed people (traditionally men) wearing wooden masks and big woolly cloaks.  Tradycyja wegierska,obchody w maskach w miescie Mohacz ,trwaja 6 dni,odbywa sie pod koniec karnawalu i koncza sie przed Sroda Popielcowa.Obejmuje muzyke ludowa, maskarade, parady i tance.Miejscowi ludzie wyjasniaja te uroczystosci nastepujaca legenda. „ Podczas tureckiej okupacji terytorium, ludzie z Mohacza uciekli do lasu i tam zyli zeby uniknac tureckich wojsk. Pewnej nocy gdy siedzieli przy ognisku pojawil im sie stary czlowiek,który rzekl do nich: Nie bójcie sie juz niedlugo wasze zycie zmieni sie i bedziecie mogli wrócic do swoich domów. Przygotowujcie sie do walki,tak tez zrobili,zaczeli rzezbic rózne bronie,i przerazajace maski dla siebie, i czekali kiedy przyjdzie po nich rycerz,który poprowadzi ich do walki. Tak tez sie stalo jednej burzliwej nocy rycerz przybyl,nakazal im umiescic na siebie maski narobic dúzo halasu i zaatakowac Turków. Szli w jego slady. Turcy byli tak przerazeni halasem, maskamii burza w nocy,ze mysleli,ze to demony ich atakuja. Przed wschodem slonca turcy uciekli z miasta.
  • The Busó festivities at Mohács in southern Hungary are a six-day carnival in late February to mark the end of winter, named for the busós,  frightening-looking costumed people (traditionally men) wearing wooden masks and big woolly cloaks. 
  • VIDEO 1 MIN
  • partiing
  • HÚSVÉT VIDEÓ Nadeszla Wielkanoc nadeszla nareszcie, Na radosc pieknych panien, Bowiem panienki to piekne kwiatki, Pachnaca woda pasuje dla Nich, Nie uciekaj piekny kwiatku, Chlopakowi nalezy sie calus za oblewanie.
  • Ménes = stud
  • VinAgora CHAMPION 2008. díjai: Tokai Aszú 4 puttonyos 1993  (Monyók Pincészet Kft.) Prémium Chardonnay Neszmély Régió Paphegy-Dűlő 2005  (Hilltop Neszmély Zrt.) Paskomi Chardonnay 2007  (Szőke Mátyás)
  • Pogácsa = ciastka ze sloniny Disznótoros = smazona kiszka i kielbasa
  • A  strudel / rétes is a type of layered pastry with a — most often sweet — filling inside. Usually filled with apple, sour cherry, poppy seeds, Cottage cheese but can be filled with cabbage or meat as well
  • Magyarország prezentáció lina

    1. 1. Hungary
    2. 2. Where is Hungary located?Border countries: Austria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine
    3. 3. Population: 9.000.000; Territory: 93.030 km²; Capital: Budapest
    4. 4. Hungarian languageHungarian (= magyar) is a Uralic language, part of the Ugric group, spoken by the Hungarians. The name "Uralic" refers to the suggested original homeland of the Uralic family, which is often located in the vicinity of the Ural Mountains.
    5. 5. Hungarian alphabet (44 letters)a, á, b, c, cs, d, dz, dzs, e, é, f, g, gy, h, i, í, j, k, l, ly, m, n, ny, o, ó, ö, ő, p, q, r, s, sz, t, ty, u, ú, ü, ű, v, w, x, y, z, zs.
    6. 6. Useful Hungarian phrases Hi! = Szia! What’s your name? = Hogy hívnak? My name is … = A nevem … How are you? = Hogy vagy?Thank you, I’m fine. = Köszönöm, jól vagyok. Good bye! = Viszlát! Yes = Igen No = Nem
    7. 7. „Polak, Węgier, dwa bratanki, i do szabli, i do szklanki.”„Lengyel, magyar két jó barát, együtt harcol, s issza borát.”
    8. 8. Polish Hungarian historyŚwięta Kinga also known as Kunigunda (SzentKinga) (1224 –1292)She was the daughter of King Béla IV ofHungary and Maria Laskarina. She was a nieceof St. Elizabeth of Hungary and great-niece ofSaint Hedwig. Kingas sisters were SaintMargaret of Hungary and Jolenta of Poland(Yolanda, Helen).Stefan Batory (Báthory István) (1533-1586)He was a Hungarian noble Prince ofTransylvania (1571–1586), then King of Poland(1576–1586).
    9. 9. In the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, a Polishgeneral, Józef Bem, became a national hero ofboth Hungary and Poland. He was entrusted withthe defence of Transylvania at the end of 1848, andin 1849, as General of the Székely troops.World War II - Hitler’s invasion of Poland (1939)Admiral Horthys government, on the ground oflong-standing Polish-Hungarian friendship,declined, Hitlers request to transit Germanforces across Carpathian Rus into southeasternPoland. The Hungarian refusal allowed the Polishgovernment and tens of thousands of militarypersonnel to escape into neighboring Hungary andRomania, and from there to France and French-mandated Syria.March 23 the "Day of Hungarian-Polish Friendship"
    10. 10. Kalocsai
    11. 11. Kalotaszegi
    12. 12. Hungarianfashion today
    13. 13. Hugo Boss „kalocsai” overal worn by two pilots, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton
    14. 14. Busó-walking in Mohács
    15. 15. Busójárás is a six-daycarnival in lateFebruary to mark theend of winter. Carnival is known as Farsang. Hungarians celebrate this pre- Lenten festival with food, like pork, and doughnuts, as well as with parties and costumes.
    16. 16. Burning of a coffin symbolizingwinter on a bonfire. Unesco Word Heritage
    17. 17. Sziget festival in BudapestSzi
    18. 18. Easter sprinkling on Easter Monday
    19. 19. Men visit women and ask for permission for sprinkling by reciting a little Easterpoem, they sprinkle them with some perfume or sometimes a bucket of coldwater in the countryside, and they get eggs (mostly of chocolate) in exchange.Children get chocolate bunnies and eggs.
    20. 20. Puli (sheep dog)
    21. 21. Vizsla(hunter dog)
    22. 22. Mangalica pig
    23. 23. Racka sheep Originating in Hungary, the Racka has existed since at least the 1800,when the first registry was established, used for milking, wool and meat.
    24. 24. Hungarian Steppe Cattle & Highwayman Betyár (Polish: zbójnictwo), is much determined for outlaw who has made in Central Europe robbery (in cultural often present positively). The most famous Hungarian betyár was Rózsa Sándor.
    25. 25. Hortobágy Unesco World HeritageHortobágy national park is a part of the Alföld (Great Plain). It is Hungaryslargest protected area, and the largest natural grassland in Europe.
    26. 26. Tokaj & wines
    27. 27. Hungarian cuisine The most commonly used spice is paprika
    28. 28. Typical Hungarian main courses Fish paprikash soup Bean goulash Beef stew with noodlesStuffed cabbage Fish paprikash soup
    29. 29. Disznótoros The typical Hungarian kitchen uses a lot of swine meat and fat. Historical reason: Mongol invasion of Europe.Lángos pogácsa
    30. 30. DesertsBejgli Zserbó cake Dobos cake
    31. 31. Rétes (stundel) A rétes is a type of layered pastry with a - most often sweet - filling inside. Usually filled with apple, sour cherry, poppy seeds, Cottage cheese but can be filled with cabbage or meat as well.
    32. 32. What have you learnt about Hungary?• What is the name of the capital city?• How do you say „My name is …”?• Tell me about Hungarian invetions!• Which Hungarian animals do you remember?• What is the typical Hungarian spice?
    33. 33. Thank you for your attention!

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