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Fővárosi TK

Fővárosi Testedzők Köre was a Hungarian football club from the town of Budapest.==History==Fővárosi Testedzők Köre debuted in the 1916-17 season of the Hungarian League and finished ninth. read more

Terézvárosi TC

Terézvárosi Torna Club was a Hungarian football club from the town of Terézváros, Budapest. Terézvárosi TC was founded as Fővárosi TC in 1902.==History==Terézvárosi TC debuted as Fővárosi TC in the 1904 season of the Hungarian League and finished ninth. read more

Antal Vágó

Antal Vágó , ''Weiss'' (1891 – 1944) was a Hungarian international footballer who played as a midfielder. Vágó, who was Jewish, played club football for MTK and Fővárosi TC, also represented Hungarian national team at international level, earning 17 caps between 1908 and 1917.==External links==Category:Hungary international footballersCategory:Footballers at the 1912 Summer OlympicsCategory:Hungarian expatriate footballersCategory:Hungarian civilians killed in World War II read more

Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library

Fővárosi Szabó Ervin Könyvtár (literally ''Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library'') is the largest library network in Budapest, Hungary.The Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library's main branch is housed in the 19th-century neo-baroque Wenckheim Palace.The municipal library needed more space as its collection grew, so it expanded to a network of additional buildings while restoring the palace as a national monument. The library is now 13,000 m² and houses Budapest's largest public collection of books... read more

Zoltán Ambrus

Zoltán Ambrus (22 February 1861, Debrecen – 28 February 1932, Budapest) was a Hungarian writer and translator. He completed gymnasium (high school) in Debrecen and Budapest and then studied law in Budapest. At the age of 18, his father died leaving him responsible for his family. He tutored and wrote theater criticism and articles for such publications as ''Pesti Napló'', ''Fővárosi Lapok'', and ''Budapesti Szemle''. In 1885, he moved to Paris where he studied literature at the Collège de... read more

Hanna Honthy

Hanna Honthy (born Hajnalka Hügel; 21 February 1893, Budapest – 30 December 1978, Budapest), was a Hungarian opera singer and actress.==Career==Hügel was born on 21 February 1893, in Budapest. From age 10, she was a ballet pupil of the Operaház. After finishing the school as a private student, she learned acting as a student of Szidi Rákos between 1914 and 1915, from Ödön Bárdi between 1915 and 1917, and learned singing from renowned tenorist Georg Anthes. After acting in Bratislava, Rijeka,... read more

Ignác Darányi

Ignác Darányi de Pusztaszentgyörgy et Tetétlen (15 January 1849 – 27 April 1927) was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Agriculture twice: between 1895–1903 and 1906–1910. He was a supporter of Gyula Andrássy the Younger.==Biography==He was born into a Hungarian Calvinist noble family in Pest. His parents were Ignác Darányi, a lawyer and Borbála Földváry. He finished his secondary studies at the Buda Royal Grammar School. He graduated on 31 July 1867. He studied law... read more

Fazekas Mihály Gimnázium (Budapest)

Fazekas Mihály Gimnázium (in English: Mihály Fazekas High School; full official name: ''Budapesti Fazekas Mihály Gyakorló Általános Iskola és Gimnázium''; also known among alumni as simply ''Fazekas'' (potter) or even ''Fazék'' (pot)) is a high school in Budapest, Hungary. Over the past 40 years it has built up a reputation for excellence, especially in mathematics and in the exact sciences ===Early years===The school's history reaches back to 1911 when the mayor of Budapest opened an elementary... read more

Sári Fedák

Sári Fedák (26 October 1879, Beregszász (present-day Berehove, Ukraine) – 25 May 1955, Budapest, Hungary) was a Hungarian actress and singer, one of the most well-known prima donnas of her time. According to American journalist and non-fiction writer Richard Traubner, Fedák and Sári Petráss remain ''"the two best-remembered Hungarian female operetta stars of all time"''.Traubner, Richard (2003). , Routledge, pg. 331; ISBN 0-415-96641-8==Life==She studied acting with Szidi Rákosi until 1899,... read more

Magyar Gárda

Members of Magyar Gárda gathered in Békéscsaba on Trianon Day, 2009.Magyar Gárda Mozgalom (English: ''Hungarian Guard Movement'') founded by Magyar Gárda Hagyományőrző és Kulturális Egyesület (English: ''Hungarian Guard Association for Protection of Traditions and Culture'')http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/meldung487764.html (German) was the ''de facto'' paramilitary wing of the nationalist Jobbik party in Hungary.Tove H. Malloy, Joseph Marko.. Minority Governance in and beyond Europe:... read more

List of botanical gardens

A botanical garden is a place where botanical gardenplant s, especially botanical gardenplantfern s, botanical gardenplantfernconifer s and botanical gardenplantfernconiferflowering plant s, are grown and displayed for the purposes of botanical gardenplantfernconiferflowering plantresearch , conservation , and conservationeducation . This distinguishes them from parks and pleasure gardens where plants, usually with showy flowers, are grown for public amenity only. conservationeducationBotanical... read more

Göncöl Foundation

The Göncöl Foundation (Hungarian: ''Göncöl Alapítvány'') is a Hungarian environmental organisation, seated in the Göncöl House in Vác, Hungary. The Foundation, created in his present form in 1989, is a not-for-profit, non-partisan organisation independent of any political or commercial interest. It is the core of a structured, not-for-profit Alliance of legal bodies, individuals, NGOs, volunteers and experts. The Foundation is winner of the Hungarian ''Pro Natura Price'' (1993),List of winners... read more

Memento Park

Memento Park is an open-air museum in Budapest, Hungary, dedicated to monumental statues and sculpted plaques from Hungary's Communist period (1949–1989). There are statues of Lenin, Marx, and Engels, as well as several Hungarian Communist leaders. The park was designed by Hungarian architect Ákos Eleőd, who won the competition announced by the Budapest General Assembly (Fővárosi Közgyűlés) in 1991. On public transport diagrams and other documents the park is usually shown as Memorial Park.A... read more

Gábor Vona

Gábor Vona (born as ''Gábor Zázrivecz'' on 20 August 1978) is a Hungarian politician who has led the Hungarian nationalist political party Jobbik since 2006.==Early life and family==He was born on 20 August 1978 in Gyöngyös. He studied history and psychology at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest.According to Vona's biography, the family's name was originally Vona but Gábor's grandfather, also called Gábor, died in World War II in Russia and his grandmother got married to a Zázrivecz... read more

Ferenc Mérei

Ferenc Mérei (24 November 1909 – 23 February 1986) was a Hungarian psychologist and educator.== Early life ==Born in Budapest into a bourgeois family, Mérei often spent time in his parents' photography studio at the Garay Bazaar. He did not like school, where he felt excluded and his teachers' brutality caused him much pain. He read a lot, even 4-500-page books in one sitting. His mother's liaisons with several men disturbed him.After graduating from high school, he studied at the Sorbonne from... read more


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