Debrecen

The second largest city in Hungary is called Debrecen. It has a population of over 200.000 people, and is also the cultural center of the country. Geographical position is close to the border with Romania on eastern side of the Hungary and was important even in the times of the Roman empire. Later it was an important trade center and in the mid of the 19th century even a capital of Hungary for some time.

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Pecs

Pecs is a really nice Hungarian city, with about 150.000 population. It has many remains from the time when Turks were the rulers of these parts of Europe. You can find two big mosques in the city, which were both later converted to christian churches. But still a lot of parts remain intact. The Gazi Kasim Pasha Mosque is also interesting because it was the largest mosque ever built on Hungarian soil.

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Budapest

Image of Danube River and Busapest

Legendary Budapest Budapest is another great city on the Dunave river. Geographically it is positioned on an excellent place. After the unification of 3 different cities, Buda and Obuda on one side of the river and Pest on the other side, Budapest became a city in 1873 and is today a capital of Hungary. City is hosting almost 2 millions of inhabitants and is the economical hub of the region. Hungarian architecture to droll over Most of really fascinating architecture sites are in the center of the city and can…

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Hungary

Hungary is landlocked country in the Central Europe, settled in 9th century by Magyars. Most known lake Balaton is one of the largest lakes in Europe and mighty Danube river flows just through the heart of state which was known as Panonia in time of Roman empire. When reign of Matyas Corvinus came in 15th century, Hungary became the greatest monarchy in Central Europe. After first world war Hungary lost two thirds of it’s territory and much more then half of it’s population. Today it has around 10 millions of…

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