A report on Szeged

Early 20th century postcard
Szeged during the flood of 1879
Shoppers in Szeged, 1929
Swimmers at Szeged, 1939
Attila József Study and Information Centre, the most recent building at University of Szeged
The ELI-ALPS research institute under construction in 2017
Crucifix in Szeged Felsőváros, Munkácsy Street
The new office building of the EPAM Systems, completed and opened in 2017 September.
The Ferenc Móra Bridge on the M43 Motorway near Szeged
Szeged Railway Station
MÁV Palace
A memorial of the Golden Team, the legendary football team of Hungary
Szeged city hall
Posta Palace
Votive Church at night
Matthias Corvinus of Hungary
Elisabeth (Sisi) was Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary.
Unger–Mayer House (1911)
Statue of Kuno von Klebelsberg
Art Nouveau
Szeged Railway Station.
The Great Flood (1879) Statue
Rector's Building, University of Szeged
Institute of Informatics & IT Department, University of Szeged
Faculty of Sciences (the chemistry building), University of Szeged
View from the Votive Church Dome
Aerial photography
Belvárosi bridge on the Tisza river
Capsicum fruits in Szeged
Móra Ferenc Museum
Anna Thermal-Bath
Szeged bridge on Tisza
Szeged Synagogue
Fekete-house

Third largest city of Hungary, the largest city and regional centre of the Southern Great Plain and the county seat of Csongrád-Csanád county.

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Early 20th century postcard

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Hungary

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Landlocked country in Central Europe.

Landlocked country in Central Europe.

Roman provinces: Illyricum, Macedonia, Dacia, Moesia, Pannonia, Thracia
Attila, king of the Huns (434/444–453)
Italian fresco – Hungarian warrior shooting backwards
Hungarian Conquest (of the Carpathian Basin) – painting by Mihály Munkácsy
Hungarian raids in the 10th century
King Saint Stephen, the first King of Hungary, converted the nation to Christianity.
The Holy Crown (Szent Korona), one of the key symbols of Hungary
Christ Pantocrator on the Holy Crown of Hungary. Hungary is traditionally a Christian country.
A map of lands ruled by Louis the Great
Western conquests of Matthias Corvinus
Painting commemorating the Siege of Eger, a major victory against the Ottomans
Francis II Rákóczi, leader of the war of independence against Habsburg rule in 1703–11
Count István Széchenyi offered one year's income to establish the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Lajos Kossuth, Regent-President during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848
The Lands of the Crown of Saint Stephen consisted of the territories of the Kingdom of Hungary (16) and the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia (17).
5 July 1848: The opening ceremony of the first parliament which was based on popular representation. The members of the first responsible government are on the balcony.
Coronation of Francis Joseph I and Elisabeth Amalie at Matthias Church, Buda, 8 June 1867
Hungarian-built dreadnought battleship SMS Szent István during World War I
With the Treaty of Trianon, Hungary lost 72% of its territory, its sea ports and 3,425,000 ethnic Hungarians
Miklós Horthy, Regent of the Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1944)
Kingdom of Hungary, 1941–44
Jewish women being arrested on Wesselényi Street in Budapest during the Holocaust, c. undefined 20–22 October 1944
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge and the Buda Castle in ruins after World War II (1946)
A destroyed Soviet tank in Budapest during the Revolution of 1956. Times Man of the Year for 1956 was the Hungarian Freedom Fighter.
János Kádár, General Secretary of MSZMP, the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party (1956–1988)
The Visegrád Group signing ceremony in February 1991
Geographic map of Hungary
The Sándor Palace is the official residence of the President of Hungary.
The Hungarian Parliament Building on the banks of the Danube in Budapest
The original and future seat of the Curia, Hungary's highest court
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Meeting of the leaders of the Visegrád Group, Germany and France in 2013
United Nations conference in the assembly hall of the House of Magnates in the Hungarian Parliament Building
HDF 34th Special Forces Battalion
JAS 39 Gripen multirole combat aircraft
Hungary is part of the European Union's internal market with 508 million consumers and part of Schengen Area
A proportional representation of Hungary's exports, 2019
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Albert Szent-Györgyi won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of Vitamin C. The Nobel Prize has been awarded to 13 Hungarians.
Founded in 1782, the Budapest University of Technology and Economics is the oldest institute of technology in the world.
The research and development centre of Gedeon Richter Plc., one of the largest biotechnology companies in Central and Eastern Europe, in Budapest.
Siemens Desiro passenger trains on the Hungarian State Railways network, which is one of the densest in the world.
Population density in Hungary by district
Budapest
Towns and villages in Hungary
Regions of Central and Eastern Europe inhabited by Hungarian speakers today
King Saint Stephen offering the Hungarian crown to Virgin Mary – painting by Gyula Benczúr, in the St. Stephen's Basilica
Rector's Council Hall of Budapest Business School, the first public business school in the world, founded in 1857
Szent István Hospital on Üllői Avenue, Budapest. Together with Szent László Hospital, they form the largest hospital complex in Hungary, built at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Eszterháza Palace, the "Hungarian Versailles", in Fertőd, Győr-Moson-Sopron County
Romanesque Ják Abbey, Vas County, built between 1220 and 1256
The Museum of Applied Arts, an Art Nouveau building designed by Ödön Lechner
The Hungarian State Opera House on Andrássy út (a World Heritage Site)
Ferenc Liszt, one of the greatest pianists of all time; a renowned composer and conductor
Béla Bartók, a composer of great influence in the early 20th century; one of the founders of ethnomusicology
The alphabet of the Székely-Hungarian runiform; the country switched to the Latin alphabet during the reign of King Saint Stephen (1000–1038)
The oldest extant Hungarian poem, the Old Hungarian Lamentations of Mary (1190s)
Sándor Petőfi, Hungarian poet and revolutionary
Sándor Márai, Hungarian writer and journalist
Hortobágyi palacsinta in Sopron
Dobos torte
The famous Tokaji wine. It was called Vinum Regum, Rex Vinorum ("Wine of Kings, King of Wines") by Louis XIV of France.
Hungarians in traditional garments / folk costumes dancing the csárdás
Hungary men's national water polo team is considered among the best in the world, holding the world record for Olympic golds and overall medals.
The Groupama Aréna, home of Ferencvárosi TC, a UEFA Category 4 Stadium
Ferenc Puskás, the greatest top division scorer of the 20th century. The FIFA Puskás Award is named in his honour.
A map of the lands ruled by Louis the Great in Pallas's Great Encyclopedia
Map of the lands ruled by Matthias Corvinus. Designed by Dr. Lajos Baróti.

Budapest is the country's capital and largest city; other major urban areas include Debrecen, Szeged, Miskolc, Pécs, and Győr.

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University of Szeged

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Franz Joseph, founder of the University of Cluj
Attila József Study and Information Centre, the most recent university building
Plants in the SZTE Botanic Garden
The Rector's Office on Dugonics Square
Main building of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies, one of the four faculties participating in teacher education

The University of Szeged (Szegedi Tudományegyetem, ) is a public research university in Szeged, Hungary.

Mureș (river)

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789 km river in Eastern Europe.

789 km river in Eastern Europe.

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It originates in the Hășmașu Mare Range in the Eastern Carpathian Mountains, Romania, rising close to the headwaters of the river Olt, and joins the Tisza at Szeged in southeastern Hungary.

Csongrád-Csanád County

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Name of an administrative county (comitatus or megye) in southern Hungary, straddling the river Tisza, on the border with Serbia and Romania.

Name of an administrative county (comitatus or megye) in southern Hungary, straddling the river Tisza, on the border with Serbia and Romania.

District of Csongrád-Csanád County
M5 motorway near Röszke.
Main road 45 near Szentes.
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Szeged, the capital of the county
County hall in Szentes
Great Hungarian Plain in Csongrád-Csanád County
Windmill near Szeged
Károlyi Mansion in Nagymágocs
Traditional house in Csongrád
River Kurca
Church of Forests in Ópusztaszer

The administrative centre of Csongrád-Csanád county is Szeged.

Tisza

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One of the major rivers of Central and Eastern Europe.

One of the major rivers of Central and Eastern Europe.

The rivers of Tisza and Bodrog at Tokaj, from above
The Tisza joins the Danube.

A few kilometers south of the Hungarian city of Szeged, it enters Serbia.

Subotica

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City and the administrative center of the North Bačka District in the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.

City and the administrative center of the North Bačka District in the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.

Emperor Jovan Nenad monument in the downtown
Serbian postcard of Subotica with a picture of National Theatre (early 20th century)
Subotica (Szabadka) in 1914 Hungarian postcard
Hungarian occupation troops massacred Serbian and Jewish civilians during the occupation (1941–1944)
Reichel Palace
National Theatre in Subotica
Municipal Library
Ethnic map of the Subotica proper
Ethnic map of the Subotica administrative area
Subotica Synagogue
Cathedral of Saint Teresa of Avila
City hall with Blue Fountain
Svetozar Marković Gymnasium
Subotica Central Railway Station

When Bálint Török returned and recaptured Subotica from the Serbs, Jovan Nenad moved the administrative centre to Szeged.

Towns and villages in Hungary

List of cities and towns of Hungary

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Hungary has 3,152 localities as of July 15, 2013: 346 towns (Hungarian term: város, plural: városok; the terminology doesn't distinguish between cities and towns – the term town is used in official translations) and 2,806 villages (Hungarian: község, plural: községek).

Hungary has 3,152 localities as of July 15, 2013: 346 towns (Hungarian term: város, plural: városok; the terminology doesn't distinguish between cities and towns – the term town is used in official translations) and 2,806 villages (Hungarian: község, plural: községek).

Towns and villages in Hungary
Coa Hungary Town Budapest big.svg Budapest
Coa Hungary Town Debrecen.svg Debrecen
HUN Szeged Címer.svg Szeged
HUN Miskolc Címer.svg Miskolc
COA Hungary Town Pécs.svg Pécs
Győr COA.png Győr
HUN Nyíregyháza Címer.svg Nyíregyháza
Coa Hungary Town Kecskemét.svg Kecskemét
HUN Székesfehérvár Címer.svg Székesfehérvár
HUN Szombathely Címer.svg Szombathely
HUN Szolnok Címer.svg Szolnok
Coat of arms of Érd.svg Érd
HUN Tatabánya Címer.svg Tatabánya
Coa Hungary Town Sopron.svg Sopron
HUN Kaposvár Címer.svg Kaposvár
HUN Veszprém Címer.svg Veszprém
HUN Békéscsaba Címer.svg Békéscsaba
HUN Zalaegerszeg Címer.svg Zalaegerszeg
Blason eger.png Eger
HUN Nagykanizsa Címer.svg Nagykanizsa
Blason ville hu DUNAÚJVÁROS.svg Dunaújváros
HUN Hódmezővásárhely Címer.svg Hódmezővásárhely
HUN Dunakeszi Címer.svg Dunakeszi
HUN Szigetszentmiklós Címer.svg Szigetszentmiklós
Coa Hungary Town Cegléd.svg Cegléd
HUN Baja Címer.svg Baja
HUN Salgótarján Címer.svg Salgótarján
Coa Hungary Town Ózd.svg Ózd
HUN Vác Címer.svg Vác
HUN Mosonmagyaróvár Címer.svg Mosonmagyaróvár
HUN Szekszárd Címer.svg Szekszárd
Gödöllő Coat of Arms.svg Gödöllő
HUN Pápa Címer.svg Pápa
Coa Hungary Town Hajdúböszörmény.svg Hajdúböszörmény
HUN Gyula Címer.svg Gyula
Coa Hungary Town Gyöngyös.svg Gyöngyös
Coa Hungary Town Kiskunfélegyháza.svg Kiskunfélegyháza
Coa Hungary Town Budaörs.svg Budaörs
HUN Ajka Címer.svg Ajka
HUN Orosháza Címer.svg Orosháza
BlasonHU-esztergom.svg Esztergom
HUN Szentes Címer.svg Szentes
HUN Kiskunhalas Címer.svg Kiskunhalas
HUN Kazincbarcika Címer.svg Kazincbarcika
HUN Jászberényi Címer.svg Jászberény
HUN Szentendre COA.svg Szentendre
Coat of arms of Siófok.svg Siófok

2. Szeged: 118,328

The motorway near Lajosmizse

M5 motorway (Hungary)

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The motorway near Lajosmizse
Old toll plaza in the motorway
The road near Kecskemét
Hungarian-Serbian border

The M5 motorway (M5-ös autópálya) is a Hungarian motorway which connects Budapest with the south-eastern regions of the country, the cities of Kecskemét, Szeged, and finally Röszke on the Serbian border.

Photograph of Franz Joseph I wearing a Hungarian Hussar cavalry uniform, c. 1903

Franz Joseph I of Austria

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Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary, and the other states of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 2 December 1848 until his death.

Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary, and the other states of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 2 December 1848 until his death.

Photograph of Franz Joseph I wearing a Hungarian Hussar cavalry uniform, c. 1903
Franz Joseph and his mother Archduchess Sophie, by Joseph Karl Stieler
Franz Joseph's family gathered in prayer, 1839
The Battle of Győr on 28 June 1849. Franz Joseph enters Győr leading the Austrian troops.
Franz Joseph in 1851.
Assassination attempt on the emperor in 1853.
Silver coin: 5 corona, 1908 – The bust of Franz Joseph I facing right surrounded by the legend "Franciscus Iosephus I, Dei gratia, imperator Austriae, rex Bohemiae, Galiciae, Illyriae et cetera et apostolicus rex Hungariae"
The garter of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria
Franz Joseph's coronation as Apostolic King of Hungary. Painting by Edmund Tull.
Franz Joseph in the regalia of the Order of the Golden Fleece, with the Bohemian Crown Jewels next to him. Painting by Eduard von Engerth for the Bohemian Diet, 1861.
Portrait by Philip de László, 1899
Franz Joseph among his troops at Solferino, fought during the Franco-Austrian War of 1859
Emperor Franz Joseph (centre in white uniform) at the Congress of German princes in Frankfurt am Main, 1863
Portrait of Franz Joseph I by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1865
Rival military coalitions in 1914: Triple Entente in green; Triple Alliance in brown.
Painting of Franz Joseph with his family
Marriage of Franz Joseph and Elisabeth
Emperor Franz Joseph hunting with his only son Rudolf.
Centennial stamp

The university was moved to Szeged after Cluj became a part of Romania, becoming the University of Szeged.

The Budin Eyalet in 1683

Budin Eyalet

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Administrative territorial entity of the Ottoman Empire in Central Europe and the Balkans.

Administrative territorial entity of the Ottoman Empire in Central Europe and the Balkans.

The Budin Eyalet in 1683
The pasha of Budin receiving the envoy of the Ottoman Sultan
The northern part of the Budin Eyalet in 1572

The same year, several other cities fell under Ottoman rule: Szeged, Kalocsa and Szabadka (Serbian: Subotica).