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The 20th of August, just another day for most people, but for Hungarians it holds great significance. It was on this day in 1083 that the beloved King István (Stephen in English) died, five days after offering the state to the Virgin Mary on his deathbed. Also known as St. Stephen’s Day, this national holiday […]
Hungarian history is etched all over the Budapestian cityscape. It’s a dynamic history: wickedly wonderful, tragically beautiful and filled with stories of every type. I love the history of these people. In fact, I love history full stop. It may be my favourite thing in the entire world. ‘History’ is one of my central motivations to […]