Articles in: Hungary in the News

Interesting articles we found about Hungary in the international media. Read about a wide variety of topics, ranging from Hungarian literature and wine to travel & tourism.


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The Hungarian Contemporary Art Puzzle

The Hungarian Contemporary Art Puzzle
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/09/2011

The Hungarian Contemporary Art Puzzle - The New York Times, Jul/8/2011 If you are a fan of contemporary art than check out the following article featured by the New York Times. It gives an intimate...

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Elvis to be Named Honorary Citizen of Budapest

Elvis to be Named Honorary Citizen of Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/05/2011

Budapest to Replace Stalin with Elvis as Honorary Citizen - The Wall Street Journal, Mar/04/2011 During an appearance on the 'Ed Sullivan Show' in January 1957 Elvis Presley performed 'Peace in the...

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Andre’s Cafe Has a Hungary Heart

Andre’s Cafe Has a Hungary Heart
Posted by: Roberta Gyori02/10/2011

Andre's Cafe Has a Hungary Heart - The Village Voice, Feb/09/2011. I came across this review in the Village Voice, written about Andre's Café, a Hungarian Restaurant in New York's Upper East Side....

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Franz Liszt was the Justin Bieber of 1830s Europe

Franz Liszt was the Justin Bieber of 1830s Europe
Posted by: Roberta Gyori01/08/2011

Franz Liszt was the Justin Bieber of 1830s Europe - Toronto Star, Jan/06. 2011 is dedicated to Ferenc Liszt, to celebrate the 200th anniversary of his birth. The following Toronto Star article...

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Budapest’s Liberty Bridge Wins International Award

Budapest’s Liberty Bridge Wins International Award
Posted by: Roberta Gyori12/16/2010

The creative lighting concept of Liberty Bridge (Szabadság híd) brings the prestigious 'Auroralia 2010' award to Budapest. Auroralia is a renowned international award honoring the best initiatives...

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In sunny Pecs, Hungarian history comes alive

In sunny Pecs, Hungarian history comes alive
Posted by: Roberta Gyori08/13/2010

In sunny Pecs, Hungarian history comes alive - The Washington Post, Aug/13/2010 At the slopes of the Mecsek Mountain with cobble stone streets, outdoor cafes and red-tiled rooftops, Pécs is a city...

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Hidden in Hungary, Treasures on the Vine

Hidden in Hungary, Treasures on the Vine
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/20/2010

Hidden in Hungary, Treasures on the Vine - The New York Times, Jul/19/2010 I love the Tokaj region of Hungary, famous for it's sweet aszu's and white wines, and Evan Rails's article in the New York...

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Hollywood on the Danube

Hollywood on the Danube
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/02/2010

Hollywood on the Danube - The New York Times, Jul/02/2010
Red Heat, Evita, Sonnenschein, I Spy, Munich, Hellboy 2: The Golden Army - these are just some of the big budget Hollywood movies that...

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From Vienna to Budapest, on Foot

From Vienna to Budapest, on Foot
Posted by: Roberta Gyori05/24/2010

Frugal Europe, on Foot - The New York Times, May/23/2010
Here is an interesting article I found in the New York Times recently. Author Matt Gross followed a 1933 trek by the original Frugal...

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A District Is Reborn in Budapest

A District Is Reborn in Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/19/2010

A District Is Reborn in Budapest - The New York Times, April/18/2010
District 8 is an up-and-coming neighborhood in Budapest. The following New York Times article offers an overview of what the...

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Costes Becomes First Hungarian Restaurant to Get Michelin Star

Costes Becomes First Hungarian Restaurant to Get Michelin Star
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/16/2010

Costes Becomes First Hungarian Restaurant to Get Michelin Star - The Wall Street Journal, Mar/16/2010
It’s a great day for Hungary! We got our first Michelin Star, along with four “Bib Gourmands”....

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The Lure of the Unpronounceable

The Lure of the Unpronounceable
Posted by: Roberta Gyori02/08/2010

The Lure of the Unpronounceable - The Wall Street Journal, Jan/15/2010 Grapes from Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia are gaining a following. An article from The Wall Street Journal...

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