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Hungary: Budapest - Paprika, Folklore, UNESCO
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Published: 11.4.2013

What comes to your mind when somebody says Budapest? One of the things I think of is its architecture, e.g. Buda Castle, the Chain Bridge, the Parliament building or the Fisherman's Bastion. All of them are part of the UNESCO cultural heritage list. It creates a Danube panorama a the Budin Castle District and a historical district around Andrássy utca street. Another thing that you would think of is a typical Hungarian cuisine and local specialties such as a red Hungarian paprika, a Csabai sausage or Halaszlé, a national meal?! A specific temperament and folklore is also typical for the Hungarians . You can see it everywhere - from architecture to locals who offer their farm producats at markets. Budepest is worth visiting and we sincerely recommend you to do so.

Text and photo: Oskar Mažgút

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