In Anglo-Saxon culture, Halloween indicates the end of autumn and the onset of winter. But what do Hungarian people do around this time of the year? Let’s clear up some concepts, so we can make a proper comparison!
Wherever you go, you can easily find a famous Hungarian. Well, fame is relative, but whether or not you know these people, you have certainly come across some of the inventions or art they have contributed to the world. And what are these contributions? Find out now from our new page dedicated to famous Hungarians!
2020 was a year of reflection for many of us. Sidney, for example, spent a lot of time thinking about his Hungarian ancestry, and became interested in acquiring Hungarian citizenship. Because of that, he contacted Helpers Hungary to arrange his citizenship application. After submitting his request for citizenship, he sat down with our account manager Barbara to discuss his Hungarian ancestry, his reasons to apply for citizenship, and his experiences with the application process.
Last Sunday was 11 April: the birthday of Hungarian poet Attila József and the Day of Hungarian Poetry. Usually, this date is celebrated with cultural events such as poetry recitals and book presentations, while some coffee shops let you pay with a poem instead of money. In this blog post, we explain the background of Hungarian Poetry Day and tell you how it was celebrated this year.