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  Travel to Hungary. Hungary guide. Hungary sightseeing
Hungary is famous for picturesque lakeside resorts, delicious food ans wine or exceptional architecture.
Summers are typically very warm in Hungary, springs and autumns are quite mils, while winters are very cold.
After that, Hungary was reigned by many dynasties, occupied by Turks and passed across the era of Communism.
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  Béla IV of Hungary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Béla IV (1206-1270) was the king of Hungary between 1235 and 1270.
In 1238, Hungary was invaded by Cuman tribes fleeing the advancing Mongol hordes.
The Mongols reduced Hungary's towns and villages to ashes and slaughtered half the population before news arrived in 1242 that the Great Ögedei Khan had died in Karakorum.
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 Béla III of Hungary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Béla, Slovak: Belo III), born in 1148, was the King of Hungary from 1172-1196.
Margareta of Hungary (1175-1223), married Emperor Isaac II Angelus and Boniface of Montferrat.
Konstancia of Hungary (1180-1198), married King Otakar II of Bohemia
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Hungary was again menaced by the Turks during the 2-year reign of Sigismund's Habsburg son-in-law and successor, Albert II.
During the reign of Andrew's successor Bela IV (1206-70), Hungary was overrun by the Mongols.
Elizabeth was the daughter of King Andrew II of Hungary, and at the age of fourteen married the landgrave of Thuringia Ludwig IV.
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 Hungary - King Bela and Reconstruction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Bela realized that reconstruction would require the magnates' support, so he abandoned his attempts to recover former crown lands.
Bela repopulated the country with a wave of immigrants, transforming royal castles into towns and populating them with Germans, Italians, and Jews.
King Bela IV died in 1270, and the Árpad line expired in 1301 when Andrew III, who strove with some success to limit the magnates' power, unexpectedly died without a male heir.
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 Ductile Iron News
However, Bela was among several hundred young men who took to the hills and conducted guerrilla warfare against the Russians for almost two years.
Bela then joined Applied Process in 1986 and was instrumental in many developments related to the commercialization of the Austempered Ductile Iron (ADI) process.
Of late, Bela had been consultant to Applied Process on several issues and was working on a corrosion study for us at the time of his death.
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 (Bela III of HUNGARY - Szar Laszlo Prince of HUNGARY )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Ogvez Ogyek of HUNGARY (ABT 0819 - ____)
Prisca Irene of HUNGARY (ABT 1088 - 13 Aug 1134)
Ladislaw of HUNGARY (____ - 27 Jul 1095)
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One man, Bela Karolyi, revolutionized this sport and turned it into what it has become today.
Bela Karolyi, born and educated in Onesti, Romania, began his gymnastics coaching career in the late 1960's.
Although Bela Karolyi has been called many names, his contribution to the gymnastic world is irrefutable.
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 H.E. Bela Kolozsi: Hungary Back where It Belongs
H.E. Bela Kolozsi was one of the ambassadors of the EU new member states, which Novinite.com Editor-in-Chief Milena Hristova approached with three questions.
Hungary's EU entry means a return to a culture and continental cooperation, of which Hungary has always been a part, and to which, in terms of institutions, Hungary moved closer over the last one or two decades.
Hungary's negotiations of the first chapters of the acquis were comparatively trouble-free, the chapters that were more difficult to negotiate came towards the end of the process.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Elizabeth of Hungary
She was a daughter of King Andrew II of Hungary (1205-35) and his wife Gertrude, a member of the family of the Counts of Andechs-Meran; Elizabeth's brother succeeded his father on the throne of Hungary as Bela IV; the sister of her mother, Gertrude, was St.
This plan of a marriage was the result of political considerations and was intended to be the ratification of a great alliance which in the political schemes of the time it was sought to form against the German Emperor Otto IV, a member of the house of Guelph, who had quarrelled with the Church.
Shortly after their marriage, Elizabeth and Ludwig made a journey to Hungary; Ludwig was often after this employed by the Emperor Frederick II, to whom he was much attached, in the affairs of the empire.
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Much of Hungary's territory was given in 1920 to it's neighbors by the Treaty of Trianon, which was imposed on the former Austro-Hungarian Empire by the victorious allied powers after the First World War.
In 1241 the Mongols were ready to invade Hungary, and the Cumans in Hungary were suspected by the public of being spies for the Mongols.
The Cumans returned to Hungary and were allowed to settle in the center of the country on crown lands and lands that had been abandoned because of the Mongol invasion.
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 Document 65
Bela Szanto committed mistakes in the CP of Hungary and was criticized for it.
In studying the history of the Hungarian workers’ movement and the history of the CP of Hungary, Bela Szanto came to the conclusion that the party’s policy under Bela Kun’s leadership, before and after the proletarian dictatorship in Hungary, was incorrect and unBolshevik.
Zoltan Szanto (Bela Szanto’s brother) wrote this note in German on 15 November 1939 in response to the ECCI’s Organizational Committee’s inquiry regarding Bela Szanto’s arrest and his wife’s petition, an inquiry begun at Dimitrov’s request.
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 Hungary Politics and Society under Stephen's Successors - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, ...
Transylvania was conquered and colonized with Magyars, Szekels (a tribe related to the Magyars), and German Saxons in the eleventh and twelfth centuries.
The eleventh and twelfth centuries were relatively peaceful, and Hungary slowly developed a feudal economy.
By the reign of Bela III (1173-96), Hungary was one of the leading powers in southeastern Europe, and in the thirteenth century Hungary's nobles were trading gold, silver, copper, and iron with western Europe for luxury goods.
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 Bela Lugosi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Bela Lugosi created the image of a vampire for most people through his portrayal of Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Bela was born Bela Blasko in Lugos, Hungary, some 50 miles from Transylvania.
He adopted the name Arisztid Olt for his appearance in The Lepoard He came to America when he was banned from Hungary for his political views.
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 Béla Bartók
The next year he was appointed Thoman's successor at the Budapest Academy, which enabled him to settle in Hungary and continue his folksong collecting, notably in Transylvania.
Meanwhile his music was beginning to be influenced by this activity and by the music of Debussy that Kodály had brought back from Paris: both opened the way to new, modal kinds of harmony and irregular metre.
The move from inward chromaticism to a glowing major (though modally tinged) tonality is basic to the Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta (1936) and the Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion (1937), both written for performance in Switzerland at a time when the political situation in Hungary was growing unsympathetic.
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 Andrew II of Hungary -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Endre, Slovak: Ondrej II) was a son of (additional info and facts about Bela III of Hungary) Bela III of Hungary and succeeded his nephew, the infant (additional info and facts about Ladislaus III) Ladislaus III, in 1205.
No other king of (A republic in central Europe) Hungary, perhaps, was so mischievous to his country.
Valiant, enterprising, pious as he was, all these fine qualities were ruined by a reckless good nature which never thought of the morrow.
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 AllRefer.com - BEla Kun (Austria And Hungary, History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
After the outbreak of the Russian Revolution in 1917 he was sent to Hungary as a propagandist.
In 1919, Count Michael KArolyi and his government resigned and the Communists and Social Democrats formed a coalition government under Kun.
Nicholas Horthy de Nagybanya became regent of Hungary.
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 Bela IV, King Of Hungary, b: 1206 - Of, Hungary
Born: ABT 1240 - Of, Buda, Pest, Hungary Marr: 1256 - Erzsebet Princess Of The Kumans Died: 1 Aug 1272 - Buda, Pest, Hungary
Born: ABT 1226 - Of, Buda, Pest, Hungary Died: 1242 -
Born: ABT 1227 - Of, Buda, Pest, Hungary Died: 1274 -
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Blessed Margaret of Hungary
Daughter of King Bela I of Hungary and his wife Marie Laskaris, born 1242; died 18 Jan., 1271.
According to a vow which her parents made when Hungary was liberated from the Tatars that their next child should be dedicated to religion, Margaret, in 1245 entered the Dominican Convent of Veszprem.
Invested with the habit at the age of four, she was transferred in her tenth year to the Convent of the Blessed Virgin founded by her parents on the Hasen Insel near Buda, the Margareten Insel near Budapest today, and where the ruins of the convent are still to be seen.
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 Patron Saints Index: Saint Margaret of Hungary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Daughter of King Bela IV of Hungary and Marie Laskaris.
When Hungary was freed from the Tatars, the two had pledged their next child to God; Margaret was placed in a Dominican convent at Veszprem at age 3.
She transferred at age ten to the convent of the Blessed Virgin founded by her parents on the Hasen Insel near Buda, where she lived the rest of her life.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/saintm62.htm   (153 words)

 The Bela Bartok Link Page on Classic Cat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
Bela Bartok - Brief biography and caricature with summaries of orchestral, chamber, and piano music, and recommended Naxos recordings.
Bela Bartok - Listing at Boosey and Hawkes music publishers with summary information, photograph, biography, works list, news, performances, discography, new recordings, discography, and RAM audio samples.
Bela Bartok - Filmography showing cinematic and television use of his works and biographical material from the Internet Movie Database.
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 Hungary - Historical Flags (Overview)
27.12.1860 The territory of the Governorate of Temesh and Serbian Vojvodina is reunited with Hungary
The Kingdom of Hungary and the Empire of Austria become the parts of the Monarchy of Austria- Hungary.
21.08.1921 - 25.08.1921 Hungary reoccupies Baranya to the new borders.
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 Hungary's Contribution to Hollywood: BELA LUGOSI
BELA LUGOSI was born in Lugos Hungary on 20 OCT 1882.
After immigrating to the United States in 1921, he starred in a Broadway version of Dracula.
Copyrights of signed articles, graphics, sounds and programs is held by the original authors.
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 Timeline Hungary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
c0-100AD Hungary was the Roman province of Pannonia and Pecs was the capital.
Kingdom of Hungary was formed under Arpad by seven Magyar and three Khazar tribes.
In Hungary and in Romania's northwest region of Transylvania, it is called "palinka," or "palinca," while in southern Romania it is called "tuica," and in Moldova and Bulgaria "rakiya."
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 MoMA | Press | Releases | 2001 | Bela Tarr
Tarrâs films, set in contemporary Hungary, move toward metaphysical explorations of human conditions and states of mind that transcend any particular environment.
A young couple with a child is forced by socialist Hungaryâs apartment shortage to live with the husbandâs parents in a one-room flat.
Tarrâs third feature, his first with professional actors, it is exemplary of his early cinema: loose in structure, improvisational in acting style, with generous use of a handheld camera to examine faces ravaged by despair.
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 ISHOF - Bela Komjadi (HUN) - 1995 Pioneer Water Polo Player/Contributor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-08)
When the game was introduced in Hungary in 1897, a goal was usually scored by touching the goal with the ball in hand.
Komjadi helped Hungary form the non-medaling Olympic teams of 1912 and 1924, and the European Championship teams of 1926, 1927, and 1931, all of which won gold medals.
His drive, dedication, techniques and respect were all carried on by his unofficially adopted son, Bela Rashel, who became Hungary's great water polo coach, author, historian, scientist and contributor, aiding in Hungary's triumphant Olympic tradition of winning the gold - fourteen from the last fifteen Olympic Games, a span of 64 years.
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 Hungary - Bibliography
Hungary in the Late Eighteenth Century: The Decline of Enlightened Despotism.
The Present State of Hungary or, A Geographical and Historical Description of That Kingdom.
The Seat of the War in Hungary, Between the Emperor and the Turks.
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 The world's top bela iii of hungary websites
Béla, Slovak: Belo III), born in 1148, was King of Hungary circa 1172-1196.
He was the son of King Geza II of Hungary and Euphrosyne (daughter of Grandprince Msitislav I of Kiev).
Bela III succeeded his brother Stephen III of Hungary and was crowned under the influence of his father in law, the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus.
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 Career in Hungary (from Bela Bartok) --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!
At the same time a spirit of optimistic nationalism was sweeping Hungary, inspired by Ferenc Kossuth and his Party of Independence.
As other members of Bartók's generation demonstrated in the streets, the 22-year-old composer wrote a symphonic poem, Kossuth, portraying in a style that was reminiscent of Strauss, though with a Hungarian flavour, the life of the great patriot Lajos Kossuth, Ferenc's father, who had led the revolution of 1848–49.
The initial collection, which led them into the remotest corners of Hungary, was begun with the intention of revitalizing Hungarian music.
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 Area Handbook Series/ Hungary / Bibliography
"Hungary," Radio Free Europe Research [Munich] December 30, 1988.
Tokes, Rudolph L. "Intellectuals and Their Discontent in Hungary: Class Power or Marginality?" Pages 160-89 in Michael J. Sodaro and Sharon L. Wolchik (eds.), Foreign and Domestic Policy in Eastern Europe in the 1980s.
Kiraly, Bela K. Hungary in the Late Eighteenth Century: The Decline of Enlightened Despotism.
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 Bela Bartok Biography - famous Bela Bartok Classical collection and Bela Bartok Music Reviews.
Bela Bartok Biography - famous Bela Bartok Classical collection and Bela Bartok Music Reviews.
He joined his friend Zoltán Kodály in the collection of folk-music in Hungary and neighbouring regions, including, in his case, Anatolia.
He was out of sympathy with the government that replaced the immediate post-1918 republic in Hungary, where he was held in less official esteem than abroad, and moved in 1940 to the United States, dying there in relatively straitened circumstances in 1945.
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 Bartók, Béla
After World War I, Hungary lost two-thirds of its territory and 60% of its population as the result of the Trianon Treaty of 1920.
In a recent article, entitled "Bad Treaty That Won't Go Away," concert pianist Dr. Balint Vazsonyi wrote "Of Hungary's four greatest composers, all born in Hungary of course, only Zoltan Kodaly's birthplace remains [in Hungary].
On today's maps, it appears as if Franz Liszt had been born in Austria,Erno Dohnanyi in Slovakia, and Bela Bartok in Romania.
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