Hungarian painting is less renowned than its literature and music.
Another statue on the west side of the square depicts Austrian and Hungarian children holding hands in peace.
He still loves to speak Hungarian.
Since the 1960s, Hungarian motion pictures have attracted significant international interest.
Both Hungarian-style music and piano four-hands music made early entrances into Brahms’s life.
Hungarian scholars also have excelled in the disciplines of linguistics, historiography, and literary history.
Non-Hungarian peoples, such as the Croats and the Romanians, resisted Hungarian rule, however.
Wagner, Hungarian Contribution to World Civilization, 2nd ed. (1991); Elemér Bakó, Guide to Hungarian Studies, 2 vol. (1973); S.B.
Their incessant agitation aggravated and embarrassed the Hungarian government, which soon addressed the issue of Hungarian minorities.
No written evidence remains of the earliest Hungarian literature, but, through Hungarian folktales and folk songs, elements have survived that can be traced back to pagan times.
…March 20, 1955, Vence, France), Hungarian statesman who before World War I desired a reorientation of Austro-Hungarian foreign policy toward friendship with states other than Germany.
The populists were suspicious of the urbanists, many of whom were of non-Hungarian origins (mostly German and Jewish), and regarded the village as the depository of true Hungarian culture.
It lies about 8 miles (13 km) east of the Hungarian border, along the Crişul Repede River where it leaves the western foothills of the Western Carpathians and flows onto the Hungarian Plain.
Géza Csáth, Hungarian form Csáth Géza, original name József Brenner, (born Feb. 13, 1887, Szabadka, Austria-Hungary—died Sept. 29, 1919, Szabadka, Hung.), Hungarian short-story writer and music critic.
Among other significant recent revisions of Hungarian law was a change in 2010 that allowed nonresidents to attain citizenship if they could prove their Hungarian ancestry and mastery of the Hungarian language.
Hungarian language, Hungarian Magyar, member of the Finno-Ugric group of the Uralic language family, spoken primarily in Hungary but also in Slovakia, Romania, and Yugoslavia, as well as in scattered groups elsewhere in the world.
On the same square is the art nouveau Gresham Palace and a statue of Count Istvan Szechenyi, a 19th-century Hungarian politician and writer who encouraged the founding of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and promoted political reform.
Some of the Stalinists who ran Hungary immediately after the war were Jewish—most notably, Mátyás Rákosi, the general secretary of the Hungarian Communist Party in the late forties, and several early bosses of the Hungarian secret police.
Because Hungarian Communists repressed, denied, or distorted Hungarian history, Hungarian film and theatre directors raised the nonverbal “symbol”—visual political commentary, comprehensible to viewers but invisible to censors—to something close to an art form.
- a native or inhabitant of Hungary
- relating to or characteristic of Hungary
Example: Hungarian folk music
- the official language of Hungary (also spoken in Rumania); belongs to the Ugric family of languages
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