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UK based merchant delivering premium wines directly from small family owned vineyards across Hungary.

he Hungarian Society of Saskatoon is a non-profit organization representing the Hungarian community of Saskatoon since 1949. The Society’s mandate is to promote, upkeep and propagate the Hungarian culture, language, and traditions of the Hungarian people among the membership of the Society and among fellow Canadians.

Homepage of the Hungarian Scouts of Canada: members of the Hungarian Scout Association Abroad – V. Canada Region. Site has updated News, Events, Photos and Reviews from accross Canada and our Association Headquarters in USA. Contains Training material for Scoutcraft and Hungarian studies, incudung music, Hungarian crafts etc. Most is in Hungarian but also with links to English and several other languages. Serves as contact and communication with our 10 troops and our scouts. Serves as information and publicity towards Canada, Hungarian Canadaians and scouts worldwide.

Restaurant serving Hungarian Cuisine with live Hungarian Gypsy music.

Located in the historic downtown area of San Pedro, California, Mishi’s Strudel Bakery & Café is a little taste of Europe where you’re sure to enjoy homemade, handcrafted delights in our comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. While Mishi’s Strudel is crafted out of tradition, history, and good old-fashioned family love and care, the history of Hungarian strudel itself, is one of great cultural pride. The paper-thin strudel dough, which experts say must be stretched thin enough to read through, is a frequently sweet, but occasionally savory pastry, which is filled, rolled and then baked.

Alex S Jobbagy is an artist and multimedia designer living in Melbourne, Australia. He has many artworks in private collections all over the world. jobbagy paintings micro slideshowIn his art, Alex is committed to exploring the subconscious, often in classical realistic representation, while developing a symbolic process of social analysis based on a fusion of personal experiences and political, social and natural influences. His commercial design work can be found on marketing collateral, business stationery, vehicles, buildings, web sites, TV, video and multimedia productions, also in more than 200 educational publications and books.

Learn Hungarian in the greater Los Angeles area from a teacher who was born and raised in the capital of Hungary, and received her teaching credentials at Karoli Gaspar University, Budapest. For adults and children – all ages and all levels of knowledge: Private classes, Semi-Private classes, Group classes. Classes are available any day, any time by an experienced and qualified teacher, patient tutor with fun, effective, working methods.

Dublin’s Hungarian Shop was opened in April 2007 and has been providing Hungarian products to the public ever since. The range of products covers everything from fine Hungarian wines through delicious meat and dairy products to sweets, spices and vegetables. It is also possible to order your favourite Hungarian foods, ingredients, wines etc. to your door, since the shop provides delivery service in Ireland, Nothern Ireland and some parts of England.

Are you planning to do some research in your family history? Or you have already been working on it long and hard? Have you become curious about the village your grandparents came from? What their homelands look like? A private tour guide in Budapest and a historian offer on-site Genealogy Tours in historical Hungary: if you have ancestry in Hungary, Hungarian roots, living relatives, your forefathers were emigrants from Hungary or survivors of the Holocaust…

Eternity is an interesting project whose aim is to make a searchable database of all Hungarian cemeteries. It is useful for people who research their roots or official genealogists.