Benedictine abbey (Tihany, Hungary)

The Benedictine abbey was founded by King Andrew I in 1055.

Arc de Triomphe (Paris, 1836)

The construction of the arch of triumph was completed only after Napoleon´s fall, in 1836.

The First Hungarian automobile (1904)

Hungarian engineer János Csonka built his first automobiles for the Hungarian Postal Service.

Calvinist College of Debrecen (18th century)

One of the oldest schools in Hungary, where several renowned Hungarians studied.

RMS Queen Mary 2 (2003)

The largest ocean liner at the time of its construction.

Clothing (21st century)

Clothing reflects the lifestyle and culture of the region's inhabitants.

Royal feast (15th century)

The second wife of Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary, was Beatrice of Aragon.

38 M Toldi light tank

This light tank was used by the Royal Hungarian Army in World War II.

Bratislava (18th century, Kingdom of Hungary)

Bratislava (Pozsony) was the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary in the 18th century

Textile factory (19th century)

Owing to the inventions in the 18th century, textile industry became one of the most important industries.

Hungarian police patrol car

This animation demonstrates the equipment of a police patrol car.

The Boys of Paul Street, the Grund

One of the main settings in the well-known Hungarian youth novel was a timberyard.

Copper sulphate (CuSO₄)

A compound of sulphur often used as a pesticide.

Császár polyhedron

The Császár polyhedron is a nonconvex polyhedron with 14 triangular faces.

Szilassi polyhedron

This special concave polyhedron was named after a Hungarian mathematician.

Battle of Varna (1444)

Hungarian King Władysław I died in the lost battle fought against the Ottomans.

Medieval Royal Palace (Visegrád, Hungary, 15th century)

The magnificent palace was commissioned by Charles I of Hungary, it got its final shape during the reign of King Matthias Corvinus.

Catholic burial chapel (Feldebrő, Hungary)

One of the most important historical buildings in Hungary, a parish church built in the 11th century.

Ferrous metallurgy (basic)

Raw iron is produced from iron ore in iron smelters.

Geographic coordinate system (basic)

The system of circles of latitude and longitude on the globe enable every location on the Earth to be exactly specified.

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