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Do you know any information about Hungary?

I need to know anything about Hungary. Recipes, facts, or anything that is useful. A best answer would include the answer to: Do you know if people in Hungary celebrate Halloween? Thanks. Any information would be wonderful.

6 Responses to Do you know any information about Hungary?

  • luau says:

    Hi,

    There is no Halloween in Hu.However, they started celebrating it. They do have All Saints Day (or the day of the dead as others would call), on Nov. 1st which is rather a sad day, people go to cemeteries to visit their relatives and loved ones’ grave.They bring flowers and light up candles, it’s actually very pretty.
    Here is a link and then a picture:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Day_of_the_Dead

    http://lh3.ggpht.com/alsoszeli307/SDUKGVggM-I/AAAAAAAAAqM/cY0jQHJWETM/s400/100_3992.jpg

    Famous hungarian dish is goulash which is a soup and not a stew. Chicken paprikash is the chicken porkolt that someone already mentioned but this is not goulash.
    Other typical foods are: Fish soup (halaszle) and jellied pig soup at winter time (kocsonya)
    Desserts: strudels -from the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.

    They do have a carneval around February when everyone dresses up (farsang) -they have similar and more popular in Venice.

    The holidays are based on cultures and traditions, as well as -mostly-Christian religion.

    Currency is Forint and they have a choice to accept Euro or not, but the country have to vote.
    Population about 10 million -same as NYC!

    Any other question, just ask.

  • tagaiz says:

    To answer the halloween thing. Sorry but no they don’t.

  • mode867 says:

    they don’t celebrate the Halloween

  • Jana B says:

    Hungary is Central European country. language is hungarian. very difficult language best compared to finish language (finland). capital is budapest – used to be 2 cities divided by river – buda and pest. they have a lovely cuisine, especially perkelt – gullash with a lot of paprika. they also make cold soups – peach, apricot, strawberry. famous for their salami making. famous for their spas as well. currency is forint. part of european union.
    famous hungarians or people of hungarian origin – bartok, liszt, zsa zsa gabor, goldie hawn

  • SleepOnSunday says:

    I know that I am very Hungary and it is making me Caranky!

  • bo dji says:

    The Balaton Lake is Hungarian sea:

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