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River Danube and the Cathedral of Esztergom - Esztergom, Hungary
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Mogyoród, HungaryMogyoród, Hungary
Ferenc Szisz was a Hungarian-born French mechanical engineer (by the way, his ancestors were Transylvanian Saxons). He won the first ever Grand Prix race in 1906, driving a Renault AK 90CV sportscar. Ferenc Szisz was the testing engineer of the Renault automobile factory, and that's how he came into contact with the auto racing. He excelled also in the development, his most important invention was the first controlled auto ignition (CAI) engine in the world, as well as a pneumatic actuator (a...
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Sopron, HungarySopron, Hungary
Originally the medieval Church of Our Lady ("Boldogasszony-templom") stood on the site where today there is a baroque Marian column or Immaculata (Immaculate Conception), close to the former city wall of Sopron. During the Ottoman conquest the building was demolished, because they were afraid that the enemy could easily shoot into the castle from its tower. The Immaculata column was designed by Andreas Altomonte in 1745, created by Jakob Schletterer sculptor from Vienna, as well as Tóbiás Hau...
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Balatonfüred, HungaryBalatonfüred, Hungary
One of the major sports events at Lake Balaton is the annually held Bay-crossing Swimming Competition (in Hungarian "Öbölátúszás"), where the daring people can swim 3.5 kilometers between the beach of Balatonfüred and Tihany to win the Wesselényi Memorial Trophy. The distance of the Bay Crossing Competition is slightly shorter than the grand Balaton-crossing Swimming Contest (in Hungarian "Balaton-átúszás"), the latter is between Révfülöp and Balatonboglár and 5.2 kilometers in distance. But ...
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