Hungary Modern History

Hungary is a country located in Eastern Europe. With the capital city of Budapest, Hungary has a population of 9,660,362 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. In communist-controlled Hungary, a people revolt erupted in 1956, but it was defeated by the Soviet military and followed by a harsh and Moscow regime. Many fled the country, but gradually the demands for reform grew. Since Hungary abolished the Communist Empire in…

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Hungary Healthcare and Money

Hungary Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink no – malaria no – typhus no – cholera no yellow fever no Overview The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is valid for nationals of EU and EFTA countries. The EHIC regulates care and reimbursement of costs in the event of illness for EU and EFTA citizens. In the event of illness, EHIC holders contact a hospital, a polyclinic or a…

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Hungary General Information

HUNGARY country symbol

One of the countries of Central Europe – Hungary – welcomes many tourists every year. Despite its small size and rather calm terrain, the country has something to lure foreigners to its lands. According to, Budapest is the capital of Hungary. This completely continental state is characterized by predominantly flat terrain, although hills and even mountains up to 1000 km long are found on the country’s borders. Being surrounded by…

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Hungary Geography, Population and Language

Hungary Geography

Hungary is an inland state of Eastern Europe, bordering Slovakia to the N, Ukraine to the NE, Romania to the E, Serbia and Croatia to the S, Slovenia and Austria to the West. Physical characteristics The Hungarian territory is mostly flat (for over 70% of the total surface), with reliefs that reach the maximum altitude to the North, in Mount Kékes (1015 m), which is part of the Mátra group.…

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Austria-Hungary 1867–1918

Austria History 1867–1918

The loss of supremacy in Germany forced the Habsburg monarchy to come to an understanding with the Magyars. F. F. Graf Beust, Foreign Minister since October 1866 and soon afterwards also Prime Minister, brought about the settlement with Hungary, which was decided on February 8, 1867 in Vienna (Treaty of June 12). Restored on February 27th, respectively, and on June 8th, Franz Joseph and Elisabeth were crowned King and Queen…

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