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      • The forint is the currency of Hungary. Although coins have not been in
      • circulation since 1999. In 2004 Hungary joined the European Union, which uses
      • the euro. The forint is going to disappear in 2014, however this will depend on
      • the economic situation.
      Currency
    • The monument of the Battle of Pákozd
    • Um Földosztási emlékmű Ópusztaszeren.
    • Karcag
    • Park of Hungarian Turkish Friendship Szigetvár
      • The President is elected by the Parliament . The Prime Minister is elected by the
      • Parliament and can only be removed by a constructive vote of confidence. The
      • Prime Minister selects the ministers and has the exclusive right to dismiss them.
      • Each candidate appears before a cabinet or parliamentary committees in open
      • hearings and must be formally approved by the President.
      Politics of Hungary (Hungarian Parliament in Budapest)
      • The styles of clothing are similar to the United States, but with a distinctly European taste.
      • The traditional regional costumes are often used during festivals and celebrations. The
      • cosmetics are used with moderation.
      Fashion
      • Traditional dishes like the world famous goulash (gulyás stew or so gulyásleves).
      • The dishes are often flavored with paprika. Other dishes are Chicken
      • Paprikash,trout with almonds, salted and sweet cookies. Desserts include the
      • iconic Dobos Cake, Strudels, filled with apple, cherry, poppy seed and cheese,
      • Gundel pancakes, plum dumplings, soups and desserts chilled soup and
      • chestnut puree cherries.
      Cuisine
      • Beer: Beer goes well with many traditional Hungarian dishes. The five main
      • Hungarian breweries are: Borsod, Sopron, arany Ászok, Kõbányai and Dreher.
      • Wine: A History of Wine, the territory of Hungary is ideal for wine-making. Since
      • The fall of communism, there has been a renaissance of Hungarian wine-making.
      • The choice of good wine is increasing from year to year.
      • The Tokaji wine has received numerous Accolades of great writers and composers
      • including Beethoven, Liszt, Schubert and Goethe; Joseph Haydn's.
      • For over 150 years, a blend of 40 Hungarian herbs has been used to create Unicum
      • liqueur. Unicum is a bitter, dark in color, it can be drunk as an aperitif or after a
      • meal, contributing to the digestion. The recipe is secret held by Zwack family.
      • Karikázó: is a circle dance performed by women only accompanied by singing
      • of folksongs.
      • Csárdás: New style dances developed from 18 to 19 centuries is the
      • Hungarian name for the national dances, with Hungarian embroidered
      • costumes and energetic music.
      • The Legényes: is a men's solo dance done by the ethnic Hungarian Kalotaszeg
      • people living in the region of Transylvania. Although usually danced by young
      • men, it can be danced by older men. The dance is performed by a freestyle
      • dancer usually one hour in front of the band. Women participate in the
      • dance by standing in lines to the side and sing / shout verses while the men
      • dance.
      Hungarian Dances
      • White PuliThere are special species of domestic animals which are
      • Hungarian seen as national symbols in Hungary.
      • Magyar Vizsla - one of the oldest hunting dogs of the world. The ancestors of this dog came into the Carpathian Basin with the nomadic Hungarian tribes.
      • Hungarian Puli - small shepherd dog.
      • Hungarian Komondor - Grande collie, was taken to Hungary a thousand
      • years ago by nomadic Magyars.
      • Hungarian Kuvasz - Grande collie.
      • Hungarian Pumi - small shepherd dog.
      • Hungarian horses pure - mid 19th century a mixture of Arabs and best
      • Portuguese race horse characteristics.
      • Mangalia, a breed of pigs, characterized by their long curly hair and
      • relatively fatty meat which makes them ideal for making sausages and
      • salami.
      Domestic Animals in Hungary
      • Hungary has many gold medals.
      • The Hungarians are known for their skills at water sports, especially
      • swimming, water polo and canoeing, which can be said to be surprising, first,
      • due to Hungary being landlocked. Moreover, the presence of two major rivers
      • (the Duna and the Tisza) and a large lake (Balaton) give excellent opportunities
      • to practice these sports. Some of the best world's saber fencing athletes have
      • historically hailed from Hungary. The Hungarian national team of ice hockey,
      • also qualified for their first IIHF World Championship in over seventy years.
    • Castles
    • Siklósi vár barbakán
    • Nagyvazsony Kinizsi var
    • Visegrad
    • We are Andreia and Cláudia.