Landlocked in Central Europe, Hungary has a population of almost 10 million people and Budapest as its capital. As a former part of the Eastern Bloc, the country is now a member of the European Union and a democratic parliamentary republic. Culturally advanced and with rich history, the famous Hungarians include the sculptor and inventor of Rubik’s Cube Erno Rubik, the composer Franc Liszt, and the illusionist and stunt performer Harry Houdini. Popular for paprika spice, folk art and costumes, as well as thermal spas
Hungarian Baby Names
Rubik’s Cube, Tokaji wine and Goulash – all these have a common denominator – Hungary. From the country of thermal lakes and spicy sausages comes a naming tradition as unique as the Hungarian language itself!