American places:

The Hungarian Cultural Garden
The Hungarian Cultural Garden is part of a larger network of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. The mission of the Gardens is to bring “peace through mutual understanding”. Around 32 gardens
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The Bethlen Home: Ligioner, Pennsylvania
Tragedy struck Smithtown, Pennsylvania in December, 1907 when 239 men and boys died in a mining explosion. The Darr Mine disaster was caused by miners carrying open lamps in mismarked
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Hungarian Freedom Park: Denver, Colorado
Around 600 Hungarians and Americans gathered on October 23, 1966 to inaugurate the United States’ first memorial to the 1956 Freedom Fighters in Denver, Colorado. It’s not commonly known, but
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Hungarian Library: New Brunswick, New Jersey
The American Hungarian Foundation was founded in 1955 in New Brunswick, New Jersey; in 1989 they opened the Hungarian Heritage Center, designed by Laszlo Papp, board member of the Foundation
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Kossuthville – Florida
Kossuthville, or “K-ville” as the locals have nicknamed it, in Florida, is one of a handful of Kossuthville’s throughout the USA. This particular town came into existence when Hungarians from
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Vidor- Texas
Located in southeastern Texas, a little over an hour east of Houston, you will encounter Vidor, Texas. The town received its name from the cofounder of the Miller-Vidor Lumber timber
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Arpadhon – Albany
In southeastern Louisiana, near the town of Albany, lies what was once known as “Arpadhon”. Three Hungarian settlers, Julius Bruskay, Adam Mocsary, and Theodore Zboray, arrived here and found the
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1956 Memorial: Passaic, New Jersey
In the heart of Veteran Memorial Park, located in Passaic, New Jersey, passersby may encounter a statue in remembrance of Hungary’s 1956 Freedom Fighters. The town, having a historically large
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