Asian places:

Zoltán’ Little Hungary – Vietnam
When visiting Nha Trang, you will find not only popular Russian and German restaurants but also Zoltán’ Little Hungary, the only Hungarian restaurant in Vietnam. The owner of the traditional
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Yazd Jászberény relationship
One of Iran’s most interesting cities is Yazd, a city of 450,000 inhabitants in the desert. The city has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2017, thanks to its
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Ahmad ibn Fadlan – Origins of Hungarians
Ahmad ibn Fadlan is one of the most prominent Arab scholars and travelers of the 10th century. His reputation is due to his accounts of his travels. He started his
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Tomb of Kőrösi
Sándor Kőrösi Csoma, born in Transylvania in 1784, studied in Nagyenyed and Göttingen. He had already formulated the idea of ​​visiting the Hungarian homeland back in his university years. In
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Demirköy – Orban master
Few would think that in the village of Demirköy we could find a Hungarian monument. However, in the village, in 2011, a headboard was inaugurated to commemorate the master of
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Budapest Ankara testvérvárosi megállapodás
Budapest and Ankara Cooperation
The cooperation between Budapest and Ankara dates back almost 30 years. In 1991, a Memorandum of Cooperation and Cooperation between the two countries was signed, and in 2015, the two
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Imre Thököly's and Ilona Zrínyi's memorial house
Izmit, Imre Thököly’s and Ilona Zrínyi’s memorial house
Every Hungarian thinks the same thing about Rodostó (Tekirdağ in Turkish), and not only Rodostó could be famous as the place where Hungarians spent their last years. Count Imre Thököly
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Isfahan Codex and the Hungarian origins
Isfahan, a city of one and a half million, is the third most populous city in Iran. The town, located in the central part of the country, is one of
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István Maróthy in Persepolis
Persepolis is one of the most popular tourist sights in Iran, the loss of the once prosperous city was caused by the conquests of Alexander the Great. Its name means
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Ármin Vámbéry discovery of Xiva
Xiva is a small town in western Uzbekistan. It has been a World Heritage Site since 1991 with its stunning buildings. The city was founded in the 6th century BC,
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