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Did you know...
  • …that Hungary was the sixth country in the world to introduce book printing?

  • …that Budapest is one of the few cities in Europe with two Roman amphitheatres?

  • …that today Budapest boasts more than 100 hot springs that fill more than 20 bathing complexes thus making it the Mineral Bath capital of the world?

  • …that the continent's first and after the London underground Europe's second underground railway was declared open in Budapest on the occasion of the Millennium in 1896?

  • …that Hungary's two most celebrated composers Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály lived in Budapest, and Ferenc Liszt was Hungarian although he spent most of his time abroad?

  • …that the story of the multiple Oscar-winner film, The English Patient, is actually based on the life of László Almásy, a Hungarian explorer and traveller?

  • …that the famous medieval German artist, Albrecht Dürer was the son of a Hungarian goldsmith who left his hometown, Ajtós, Hungary at the age of 23 to find his fortune in Germany?

  • …that you were speaking Hungarian? Words in English from the Hungarian language: paprika; vampire (from "vampir"); hussar, coach.

  • ...that Lake Héviz is one of Europe's largest, natural thermal lakes?

  • …that people with some claim to Hungarian ancestry have been nominated for Oscars 136 times since 1929, when the first ones were handed out, and have taken home 30 of the golden statuettes?

  • …that the Great Synagogue in Dohány utca (Budapest’s district 7) is Europe’s largest functioning synagogue and the second largest synagogue in the world?

  • …that the French king Louis XIV, the Sun King stated that the wine of Tokaj is the king's wine and the wines' king?

  • …that Budapest has Europe's largest Parliament Building?

  • …that Vitamin C was discovered by Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, who was a Hungarian scientist?

  • …that Central-Eastern Europe's largest freshwater lake is Lake Balaton in Western Hungary, also called the "Hungarian Sea"?

  • …that Erno Rubik, the creator of Rubik's cube is still working in a Budapest university?

  • … why church bells ring at noon all over the world? It is a memorial to a great battle at Nandorfehervar at 1456 when the Ottoman army was stopped, and Europe was saved from an Ottoman occupation. Nandorfehervar was a Hungarian castle, now it is known as Belgrade, and it is the capital of Serbia.

  • …that you can find Europe's largest historical railway museum in Budapest and there you can drive an original steam locomotive which is unique in the world?

  • ...that there was a Hungarian King of Madagascar?

  • …that there was an Austro-Hungarian Emperor of Mexico? Maximilian. (He was eventually executed along with his Hungarian Huszárs.)

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