Uyghur-Hungarian relations
One of the most beautiful and oldest countries in the world: with Confucius, the gunpowder, and of course communism. It
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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,
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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
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Guilin – Chain Bridge
The crew of the Hungaricums Around the World visited China during the shooting of the first season. Riyue Shuangta Cultural
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Jenő Landler grave in Moscow
The cemetery on the wall of the Kremlin is the resting place of prominent figures of the communist movement. Here
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