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The Budapest Seduction.

Budapest may not take your breath away. It may not let your jaw drop or inspire you to write poetry. But it is one of those places that give your heart a dull ache as the car nears the departure terminal. 1,203 more words

Romances With Food

Day five - Hungary

Yesterday evening we played in must win game against Hungary skipped by 2013 world mixed doubles champion, Dorottya Palancsa. We knew that this would be a tough game but also saw it as a game that we could win. 362 more words

EU Court Solves Rubik’s Cube Puzzle.

In 1974, a Hungarian inventor Erno Rubik created a solid cube with colored stickers that twisted and turned without falling apart; which is now eminently known as Rubik’s cube. 317 more words

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Shadows Of Guta (Excerpt 13) Quietly Seated

Stephen’s grandfather was gasping and screaming out in pain as this thing continued to attack without any concern to the group that has now gathered in the room. 184 more words


Camilla De Maffei, Where Europe Ends, 2012

‘Where Europe Ends’ (2012) is an interesting project by an Italian photographer Camilla De Maffei, in which she examines the symbolic borders of Europe. De Maffei follows the Danube, Europe’s longest river, through Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria all the way to the delta in Romania, where it disappears into the Black Sea. 175 more words