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After the World War II Hungary became a communist country and this period lasted till 1989.
What does it mean to be jewish in Hungary today?
What was life like during communist time in Hungary? (1945-1989)
The Jewish Quarter of Budapest locates in the City Center, between Király street - Károly boulevard - Dohány street - and Erzsébet boulvard.
Central Hungary became a province of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century, when Turks took Buda in 1541. During the 150 years of Ottoman reign, the Pasha
The Jewish district in Pest has a long and rich history. The huge synagogues that you’ll see on this heritage tour give some idea of the area’s former activity.
By 10 AD the Roman Empire had its boundaries as far as the river Danube in Europe, and in the territory of Hungary founded a province named Pannonia Inferor.
Though two decades have passed since the last of the soviet troopes have left the territory of Hungary.
Hollókő is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.The village's 67 protected buildings are characteristic peasant houses from the 17-19th century.
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