Tag Archives: Hungarian tradition

” May I sprinkle the flower?” or Easter Monday in Hungary

Easter in Hungary is still a Christian and a family holiday. When you get together with your beloved ones and eat smoked ham, boiled eggs, Hungarian hot cross buns, beetroot, horseradish dip, fresh vegetable, home-made sweets and much more. Easter … Continue reading

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A hug from a beast and winter fades away

According to the legend the Busó Carnival all started off during the Turkish times most likely when the beautiful city of Mohács along the River Danube was still occupied by the Ottoman Turks. Many people from the village had to … Continue reading

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Rhythm and bike go hand in hand – part 10. – Welfare, good luck and cups of kindness in 2012

Getting closer and closer to the very last day of the year will bring more superstitions alive than any other time of the year. Starting from being careful of what you are planning to do as this will be what … Continue reading

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To do and not to do list for Luca’s day – 12 tiny details before Xmas

TO DO Sow wheat – 100 grains exactly and they will be sprout by Xmas indicating next year crop. Tip: nice green decoration on your Xmas table Start your Luca chair – use 8 or 13 different kinds of wood, … Continue reading

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