Talk:Hungary

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Art, Decoration, etc.[edit]

The main article only lists FOLK ART. What about other arts?

Within folk art, the traditional Hungarian/Transylvanian peasant home décor of chairs, walls, tables, furniture etc is not mentioned. Nor is mentioned the Parta tradition, of colorful scarves, mufflers, headdresses, wedding accessories.


-- Nor is mentioned any of the non-folk art Hungary is known for. Prints, painting, sculpture, etc etc.


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Hungary has several world noted artists, who are NOT mentioned. Just one example: Evelyn and Josef Domjan, known worldwide for their woodcuts and prints.

i'll leave it to someone who knows, to add a section with more complete information.

Semi-protected edit request on 8 January 2015[edit]

Governance[edit]

Reference to 'Super majority' is obsolete and should be corrected. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 85.210.107.218 (talk) 19:37, 27 February 2015 (UTC)


64.30.121.28 (talk)

Hungarians during the 1848 Revolution were supported by "all of the Jews of the kingdom"?[edit]

I understand the source says this verbatim but can one actually prove that literally every Jewish person in Hungary supported Hungarian territorial autonomy? Destatiforze (talk) 07:32, 27 January 2015 (UTC)

They got equal rights, so the overwhelming majority of them supported the revolution, but I cannot prove, that every single Jew did that. It's widely accepted as a fact in Hungary, except by the anti-Semites. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 88.132.184.132 (talkcontribs)

Motto[edit]

I am a Hungarian and I did not know that we have a motto. The "Cum Deo pro Patria et Libertate" was indeed the motto of Rakoczi's War and is the motto of the Christian Democratic Party, but I would like to see a source for its use as a national motto. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 88.132.184.132 (talk) 07:48, 30 April 2015 (UTC)