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Hungary country is a Brand
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Important
Country
Government
Rivers
Celebrities
Tourism
Social issues
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Separate coverage
Corporates
NGOs
Funding Agencies
Media
Country capital
National Capital
Budapest
National Population
9,660,351
Latest population
Independence Day
August 20
National Helplines
Police – 107 / 112
Ambulance – 104 / 112
Fire – 105 / 112
Water emergency - 1817
Hotlines for missing children - 116000
Child help-line - 116111
Emotional support hotlines - 116123
Emergency - 112
NaNE Women’s Rights Association - 06 80 505 101 / +36 4 06 30 006

Emergency numbers
112

National Animal
NA
National Bird
NA
National Flower
NA
National Fruit
NA
National Language
Hungarian
National Currency
Hungarian Forint
HUF
Botanical Gardens
Zoos
 

Flag Description
three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and green; the flag dates to the national movement of the 18th and 19th centuries, and fuses the medieval colors of the Hungarian coat of arms with the revolutionary tricolor form of the French flag; folklore attributes virtues to the colors: red for strength, white for faithfulness, and green for hope; alternatively, the red is seen as being for the blood spilled in defense of the land, white for freedom, and green for the pasturelands that make up so much of the country

National anthem
"Himnusz"
This country is different : You must know it
Some of the great inventions like the Rubik's cube, ballpoint pen and holography were invented by Hungarians. Hungary has several natural resources such as coal, natural gas, bauxite and fertile soil. The life expectancy rate for women is higher than men.
The official language is the Hungarian originated from the Finno-Ugric tribe of languages which is believed to be one of the hardest languages to learn. Hungary has several rivers, the major two are Danube and Tisza.
Hungary has a continental weather: hot in summer and cold humid in winter.  
Tourism locations

World Heritage Sites : Hungary
Budapest , including the Banks of the Danube , the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrassy Avenue
Old Village of Hollsk? and its Surroundings
Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst
Millenary Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma and its Natural Environment
Hortobagy National Park - the Puszta
Early Christian Necropolis of Pics (Sopianae)
Fertv / Neusiedlersee Cultural Landscape
Tokaj Wine Region Historic Cultural Landscape

Tourism locations



Tourism Agencies

 

 
Celebrities

Nobel Laureates : Hungary
Albert Von Szent - Györgyi Nagyrápolt
Avram Hershko *
Dennis Gabor
Eugene Paul Wigner
Georg Von Békésy
George A . Olah
George De Hevesy
Imre Kertész
John C . Harsanyi
John C . Polanyi
Philipp Eduard Anton Von Lenard
Richard Adolf Zsigmondy
Robert Bárány

Celebrities
Agnes Rapai writer, poet, translator
Agnes Szavay tennis player
Aladar Gerevich fencer, Olympic medalist
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi physiologist, discovered vitamin C, nobel laureate
Alexander Korda producer, film director
Alfred Hajos swimmer, Olympic medalist
Andras Petocz writer, poet
Andrass Gyula statesman, former prime minister
Andrew Vajna film producer
Arpad Elo creator chess Elo rating system
Attila Dargay animator
Attila Jozsef poet
Bathory Erzsebet countess, serial killer
Bela Bartok composer, pianist
Bela Karoli gymnastics coach
Bela Tarr film director
Beni Ferenczy sculptor, graphic artist
Catharina Anna Grandon de Hochepied Hungarian/Swedish noble
Charles Simonyi computer software executive
Cornelius Lanczos mathematician, physicist
Csaba Horvath chemical engineer
Csaba Markus artist, painter, sculptor
Daniel Berzsenyi poet
Dennis Gabor electrical engineer, inventor of holography, nobel laureate
Dessewffy Aurel journalist, politician
Dezso Gyarmati water polo player, Olympic medalist
Donat Banki co-inventor of carburetor, engineer
Ede Kallos sculptor
Ede Margo sculptor, artist
Eduard Remenyi violinist
Erno Rubik inventor of Rubik's cube
Ervin Nyiregyhazi pianist
Eugene Wigner physicist, mathematician
Eva Gabor actress
Eva Marton soprano
Ferenc "Franz" Louis Molnar dramatist, novelist
Ferenc Erkel composer, conductor, pianist
Ferenc Rofusz animator, filmmaker
Fessler Ignaz Aurelius ecclesiastic, politician
Franz Lehar composer
Franz Liszt composer, pianist, conductor, teacher
Fritz Reiner conductor
Gabor Reviczky actor
Gabor Talmacis motorcycle racer
Gabriel Pascal film producer, director
Georg Solti conductor
Georg von Bekesy biophysicist, nobel laureate
George Andrew Olah chemist
George de Hevesy radiochemist, nobel laureate
George Pal animator, film producer
George Soros financier, political activist
Gergely Berzeviczy political economist
Gergely Boganyi pianist
Geza Gyoni poet
Geza Maroczy chess grandmaster
Gyorgy Pauk violinist
Gyula Agghazy artist, teacher
Gyula Breyer chess player
Gyula Donath sculptor
Hadik Andreas nobleman, military general
Harry Houdini magician, escapologist
Henriett Seth F autistic savant poet, writer, artist
Henrietta Onodi gymnast, Olympic medalist
Herzl Tivadar writer, politician
Horthy Miklos navy admiral, regent of kingdom
I. Istvan (Stephen I) first Hungarian king
I. Lajos (Nagy Lajos) I Louis, king of Hungary
Ibolya Csak athlete, Olympic medalist
Ilona Elek fencer, Olympic medalist
Imi Lichtenfeld martial artist, founded Krav Maga self-defense
Imre Kertesz author
Imre Madach author, poet
Imre Makovecz architect
Istvan Orosz painter, graphic designer
Istvan Szabo film director
Janes Pasztor sculptor
Janos Arany journalist, poet, translator
Janos Csonka co-inventor of carburetor
Janos Horvay sculptor
Janos Irinyi chemist, inventor
Janos Kornai economist
Janos Negyesy violinist
Janos Tornyai artist
Janos Vaszary artist
Jeno Rejto jornalist, author, playwright
Johann Lowenthal chess player
Jozsef Antall former prime minister
Jozsef Katona playwright, poet
Jozsef Mindszenty former cardinal, former head of the Roman Catholic church in Hungary
Judit Polgar chess grandmaster
Kalman Kando engineer
Kalman Tihanyi inventor, engineer, physicist
Karoly Antal sculptor
Karoly Makk film director, screenwriter
Karolyi Mihaly former prime minister and president
Kincsem race horse
Kossuth Lajos lawyer, former Regent-President
Krisztina Egerszegi swimmer, Olympic medalist
Lajos Koltai film director, cinematographer
Lajos Portisch chess grandmaster
Lajos Vajda artist
Laszlo Mednyanszky artist
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy painter, photographer
Laszlo Papp boxer, Olympic medalist
Laszlo Polgar opera singer
Laszlo Szabo chess grandmaster
Laszlo Szlavics, Jr. sculptor, medalist
Laszlo Vidovszky composer, pianist
Lily Kronberger figure skater
Lorand Eotvos physicist
Lorinc Szabo poet, literary translator
Magda Szabo author
Maria Telkes scientist, inventor
Mate Hidvegi biochemist, inventor
Michael Curtiz film director
Mickey Hargitay actor
Mihael Somogyi biochemistry professor
Mihaly Babits poet, translator
Mihaly Fazekas author
Mihaly Vorosmarty poet, dramatist
Miklos Izso sculptor
Miklos Radnoyi poet
Mor Jokai dramatist, novelist
Nagy Imre politician
Nikola Zrinski solider, nobleman
Otto Blathy inventor, electrical engineer
Pal Kovacs fencer, Olympic medalist
Pal Szinyei Merse artist, politician
Paul Laszlo architect
Paul Lukas actor
Peter Esterhazy author
Sandor Bortnyik artist, graphic designer
Sandor Kisfaludy lyric poet
Sandor Petofi poet, revolutionary
Sebestyen Tinodi Lantos lyricist, poet
Tamas Darnyi swimmer, Olympic medalist
Thomas Sebeok semiotician, linguist
Tisza Istvan former prime minister
Tivadar Puskas inventor of telephone exchange
Toma Andras soldier, prisoner of war
Valentine Telegdi physicist
Victor Szebehely developor Apollo space program
Victor Vasarely artist
Vilmos Zsigmond cinematographer
Zoltan Jeney composer
Zoltan Kocsis composer, pianist, conductor
Zoltan Kodaly composer, ethnomusicologist
Zoltan Magyar horse gymnast, Olympic medalist
Zsa Zsa Gabor actress
Zsigmond Kisfaludi Strobl sculptor, artist
Zsigmond Moricz novelist, social realist
Zsofia Polgar chess grandmaster
Zsolt Erdei boxer, Olympic medalist
Zsuzsa Mathe artist
Zsuzsa Polgar chess grandmaster