Hungarians in neighbouring countries and overseas
Hungarian Jewish Roots, Hungarian Village Finder, Family Tree Ltd., Hungarogens, Family History - Transylvania, German Family Tree Researchers' Society, CentroConsult - Geneological Research, Galut Genealogical Research, RadixForum - Board for Hungarian Genealogy Research, RadixIndex - Hungarian Genealogy Databases, GenealogyRO Group, JewishGen's Hungarian Special Interest Group , Web Archive of Hungarian Genealogy , Felix G. Game - Austro-Hungarian Genealogy, Hungarian Village Photography, Jewish Web Index - Hungary, Hungarian Roots - Genealogical Research, Eternity - Database of Hungarian Cemeteries, Hungarian Ancestry Tours, Hungarian family tree research and genealogy service, Hungary Exchange
Gay Hussar Restaurant - London, Online Food Store - Hungarian Food Specialist, maLux - Hungarian Food and Wine Importer, Oxford Hungarian Society, British Hungarian Society, Hungarian Cultural Centre - London, Hungarian Language School - London, The British Kodály Academy, Béla Bartók Centre for Musicianship, Antal Doráti Centenary Society, Colourstrings and The Szilvay Foundation, The British Kodály School, Hungarian Wine Shop - London, Piles Treatment
Transylvania.info - Transylvania related websites, Association of Csángó Hungarians in Moldova, Transylvanian Reformed Church District, Transylvania Reformed Assistance Committee, Háromszék Dance Ensebmle, Babeş-Bolyai University - Cluj-Napoca , Csíkszereda Musings, Varadinum Translation Services - Oradea
Hungarian Federation in the Netherlands, Hungarian Dance in the Netherlands, Dutch Liszt Ferenc Chorus, Kódex Advisory - International & Cultural Management, Most Marketing!, Cimbalom - Dutch Platfrom for Amateur Musicians, Malac Banda - Gipsy Orchestra, Csókolom - Gipsy Fiddle Music & Songs
Cultural Association Of Hungarians In Subcarpathian
Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians , Subotica - Szabadka, Senta - Zenta
Ifjú Szívek Hungarian Dance Group - Bratislava, The Noname Chamber Orchestra - Galánta
Hungarian Cultural Institute in Brussels
Au Pair Agencies
Benelux Special Au Pair Agency, Brick Au Pair Agency - UK, Hera Holding - Au Pairs, Hungarian Au Pair Agency - UK
Donauschwaben Heritage Society, Hungarian Scouts Association in Exteris, Hungarian Reformed Christian Pastoral Service in Western Europe, World Federation of Hungarian Veterans, Royal Hungarian Gendarmerie Veterans Association, World Hungarian Jewish Observer, Project Retour , Second Life Hungary, Hungarica Information Database
Hungarian Embassies & Consulates
Embassy of Hungary, Washington D. C. - USA, Honorary Consulate, Boston - USA, Hungarian Consulate General - New Zealand, Embassy of Hungary, Nairobi - Kenya, Embassy of Hungary, Abuja - Nigeria, Consulate General of Hungary in Sydney
Wonder-deer Hungarian Cultural Association - Karlsruhe
The goal of the association is the introduction and distribution of the Hungarian culture both in Hungarian and in German language by means of lectures, festivities, exhibitions and courses. Furthermore leisure time programs, such as excursions, travels and sport events will be realized in order to keep alive and pass over the language and culture.
Our name was chosen from a mythic symbol of a Hun origin-legend taking place in the 7-8 century A.D. when the ancestors of Hungarians migrated from their early home (Magna Hungaria) in north-east Europe, on the slope of the Ural mountain, toward south.
Ars Hungarica - Buenos Aires
The objective of Ars Hungarica (Civil Association of Music and Culture) is the diffusion of the Hungarian music of all periods and that of the musical repertoires of other nations, trying to connect these musical expressions with other cultural manifestations, like literature, history, dance and plastic arts.
The activities of the vocal group, Coral Hungaria, founded in 1993, take place within the framework of this Association.
Ars Hungarica carries out its activities with the collaboration of the Embassy of the Hungarian Republic and relies on its institutional patronage.
Memorial Museum of the Hungarian Speaking Jewry
The Memorial Museum of the Hungarian Speaking Jewry was founded in 1986 and opened to the public in 1990, in Safed. The Museum is based on a non-profit Association with thirty founding members. The Museum depicts the magnificent past of the Jewish communities in Hungary, Transylvania, Slovakia, Carpathian-Russia, Bachka, Banat and Burgenland, and reflects their contribution to the Jewish history and World culture. The aims of the Museum are the following: to collect, exhibit and preserve all that testifies to the past, the daily life, the folklore and tradition of the communities; to single out and stress events/personalities/exhibits which are of educational value, and can serve as a platform for discussions and debates on various issues in present-day Israeli society as well; to favor inter-generation encounters.