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and resources, enjoyed
our essays, or just
to learn when your name day, maybe you'd like to help
us continue our work.
The sales of books and DVDs, plus our efforts, and
then help of those friends of ours who believe in what we're doing, pay for our
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culture. We are a break-even operation,
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for thinking of us.
Some pages of interest (see our homepage
for even more!)
doctors who speak Hungarian, but are working in the United States
of DVDS with subtitles or in the original Hungarian.
Great tools for
learning to research your family.
to make goulas the way your grandmother did (or your friend's grandmother)
you are going to make some food, you'll need the right stuff. You can buy online,
and have them delivered to your home.
Szia! (that means 'hello' in Hungarian, something like 'aloha').
Buy dictionaries, translate words, or buy tapes to help you learn.
Just like the DVDs. We offer the best of the quickly diminishing VHS world.
If you are headed on a trip to Hungary,
you'll need one of these.
Faith is an important part of Hungarian's lives historically.
Find Baptist, Catholic and Reformed churches in the United States.
Hungarian Sports Heroes
Do you know
which of your favorite stars are Hungarian?
Yum, yum. Here's a great chance to impress a date (or your
grandmother. Find a restaurant near you serving csirke paprikas
Grocery Store Directory
you prefer to walk aroiund a store, these all sell Hungarian products in the United
Read the latest news of Budapest, or keep up with the
trade journals. Links to their sites, plus a chance to buy subscriptions.
Get together with other Hungarians in the United States.
you know when Santa visits, or what his Hungarian name is? Learn all about Christmas
in Hungary, and see a copy of the Grinch in Hungarian!
This handy calendar will help you
remember which holidays Hungarians keep.
This is purely a nameday calendar.
Boldog név napot!
Hungarian Book Browsing
lists books by category, in Hungarian. Just click on a category heading, and see
the door opened to thousands of books.
to learn about Hungary, doing homework and needs
facts about its economy, real estate, or military, or are just interested in a
few basic facts before you travel there? You've come to the right place. We hope
you stay awhile.