Definition funny of Hungary:

urbanThe best European county. Best water polo team in the world...Most beautiful girls. and of course good food! Good people!

urbanAnd no Hungarians are NOT hungry all the time!...whoever thought of that was soooo clever

urbanA very fun and cool Eastern European country which happens to have the most beautiful women on earth.

urbanFrank: I'm going to Hungary this summer. Daniel: dude you're so lucky, I hear there are a lot of mixed Hungarian/Gypsy hotties there.

urbanA Central Europian country. It is well-known by most people (excluding most of the USA) for its national food (the Goulash Soup, made of vegetables, paprika and beef), Lake Balaton ("the Hungarian Sea"), for its smart people and what is the most famous about Hungary: chicks. Because people say that about 95% of them look the best in the world. Hungarians were a nomadic group from near Baskiria, near the Uralian mountain. Hungary came to be in about 900 DC. The hungarians were first led by Álmos, but he was killed and afterwards was led by Árpád. Because their fighting style was unknown, they were victorious on most countries, and so Hungary was a huge empire. However, long story short, Hungary was attacked by the mongolians in around 1421, was under Turkish dominion for 150 years, then was under Austrian dominion for 300 years, then was under Soviet dominion until 1989. And under these dominions, Hungary took the wrong choices and was forced to become 93000 square kilometer big. The biggest territory cut-down was made in Trianon, at the end of World War I. Hungary has almost no relationship to huns. And so, Attila the Hun was NOT hungarian. He was the King of the Huns. The name is said to be derived from an old hungarian word "onogur". Although, almost no hungarians know what that means, except History Teachers. They say Hungarians might be related to Finns or the Turkish. Hungary's population is 10,1 million. Out of that, 1,7 million live in the main city, Budapest. It is said to be a beautiful place, if you don't look at the homeless people. Around 200,000 to 500,000 of Hungary's population consists of gypsies. Hungarians have a stereotype of them: they don't learn anything at school, don't wash themselves, they lie, cheat, and steal, and they are not even people. Hungarians are usually racists against them... Also, hungarians are said to be racists, but that is not true for every of them. Many of Hungarian scientists went out to the USA and there they have created many huge breakthroughs. For example, the Hydrogenic Bomb by Edward Teller.

urbanRandomDude01: Where are you from? Me: Hungary. RandomDude01: Wow, that's pretty cool. RandomDude02: Hungary? WTF is Hungary?

urbana republic in Central Europe. Its population speaks a unique language that does not belong to the Indo-European language family. 18 Nobel Prize winners are Hungarian, as are many inventors and record-breaking athletes. Despite losing half of its total population after WWI, Hungary ranks among the top 10 based on calculations of Olympic medals per number of inhabitants. Hungarians have the highest percentage of green eyes of any people in the world, close to 20%.


Songs about Hungary:

songsEllis Island: The Dream of America: Words of Lazarus Salamon, emigrated from Hungary in 1920, read by Eli Wallach... by Blair Brown from the Album Boyer: Ellis Island: The Dream Of America

songsHungary by Craig Gannon from the Album R/Evolution

songsF.O.O.D. AKA Aren't You Hungary by Reggie And The Full Effect from the Album Under The Tray

songsThe Girl From Hungary by Luke Hill from the Album Russian Lullaby

songsThe Klezmers of Hungary by Lloyd Thayer from the Album Gratitude

songsBeethoven: "King Stephen or Hungary's First Benefactor", Op.117 by Kurt Masur from the Album Beethoven: Complete Overtures / 12 Minuets / 12 German Dances, etc. (2 CDs)

songsCherokee Indian (Recorded In Budapest, Hungary) by The Nashville Teens from the Album Rockin' Back To Tobacco Road


Books about Hungary:

booksRing of Steel: Germany and Austria-Hungary in World War I by Alexander Watson (Oct 7, 2014)

booksHungary Travel: 3 Day Guide to Budapest, A 72-hour Definitive Guide on What to See, Eat and Enjoy in Budapest,... by 3 Day City Guides (Sep 10, 2014)

booksHungary in World War II: Caught in the Cauldron (World War II: The Global, Human, and Ethical Dimension) by Deborah S. Cornelius (Jan 3, 2011)

booksThe Forts and Fortifications of Europe 1815-1945: The Central States: Germany, Austria-Hungary and Czechoslovakia... by J E Kaufmann and H W Kaufmann (Oct 19, 2014)

booksHungary and the Fall of Eastern Europe 1000-1568 (Men-at-Arms) by David Nicolle and Angus McBride (Mar 24, 1988)

booksHungary at War: Civilians and Soldiers in World War II by Cecil D. Eby (Feb 19, 2007)

booksHungary (Rapsodie Mignonne Op. 410) by Carl Koelling (Mar 10, 2008)


Movies about Hungary:

moviesVista Point BUDAPEST Hungary 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com

moviesCities of the World Budapest Hungary 2010 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 15 mins Directed by: Unavailable

moviesPassport to Adventure: The 'Good Life' in Hungary 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Starring: Julie Conover and Mark Jennings Directed by: Cinergy Productions

moviesGlobal Treasures BUDAPEST Buda & Pesth Budapest, Hungary 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 11 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com

moviesCities of the World Hungary 2010 NR CC - Runtime: 59 mins Directed by: Unavailable

moviesHungary 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 30 mins Directed by: New Dimension Media

moviesGlobal Treasures Parliament Budapest, Hungary 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 11 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com


Wiki information Hungary:

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Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is situated in the Carpathian Basin and is bordered by Slovakia to the north, Ukraine and Romania to the east, Serbia and Croatia to the south, Slovenia to the southwest and Austria to the west....

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Austria-Hungary, also known as the Austro-Hungarian Empire and by other names, was a constitutional union of the Empire of Austria and the Apostolic Kingdom of Hungary that existed from 1867 to 1918, when it collapsed as a result of defeat in World...