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3. Bánod, Bíró... (Rábaközi Verbunk, Dus, Csárdás És Friss)
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6. Horthy-Nóták (Pecesori Katonadalok)
7. Erdőszombattelki Muzsika (Ritka Magyar, Csárdás, Sűrű Csárdás)
8. Gójáké (Tamburamuzsika A Firigyházi Gója Család Játékából)
9. Jókedvemben (Hajdúsági Lassú, Csárdás És Friss)
10. A Miénk (Óbecsei Csárdás És Ugrós)

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Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" Club of Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" -club in Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. The cultural history trip was also thought-provoking to the readings following the homecoming, said András Smuk, president of Europa-Club. There were 35 participants on the trip, the trip was in a friendly atmosphere. The aim was to visit Tuscany in Umbria, instead of hiking, focusing on art and culture. On the first day of the trip, the group traveled to Florence and then went to Pisa. The next day, on the shores of the Ligurian Sea, the town of Cinque Terre was built, its colorful houses were excavated. The following villosity was visited by Assisi, where many Hungarian memorials, mostly depicted by the Árpád-homemade Hungarian saints, were published due to the Italian-Hungarian relationship of Anjou. The "Europa" -Club team came to Florence, where King Charles Robert Hungarian sold the forint, and later Florence was the inventor of the Hungarian coinage. The hikers also stopped at the small town of Gubbio. The leader of László Csorba, the Hungarian National Museum and the Hungarian Academy of Rome, headed the Hungarians, who had published a volume on homeland of Hungary's Hungarian memories, and nominated Hungarian-related sites with commemorative plaques nationwide. ORF

An interesting stage discussion was held at Club Pannonia on Tuesday, 9 October, at the Collegium Hungaricum in Vienna on Tuesday, entitled "Culture and Military - 100 Years of State Alliance". The main theme was the survival of the common army, military traditions and cultural heritage of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy after the unification of the state union.

Local governments 16: 37It is Palics in a new medical office At the end of October, Palic's health center opened again. The inside of the building was painted and floor coverings were replaced, but there is still a need to build a new, larger medical facility.

Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" Club of Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" -club in Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. The cultural history trip was also thought-provoking to the readings following the homecoming, said András Smuk, president of Europa-Club. There were 35 participants on the trip, the trip was in a friendly atmosphere. The aim was to visit Tuscany in Umbria, instead of hiking, focusing on art and culture. On the first day of the trip, the group traveled to Florence and then went to Pisa. The next day, on the shores of the Ligurian Sea, the town of Cinque Terre was built, its colorful houses were excavated. The following villosity was visited by Assisi, where many Hungarian memorials, mostly depicted by the Árpád-homemade Hungarian saints, were published due to the Italian-Hungarian relationship of Anjou. The "Europa" -Club team came to Florence, where King Charles Robert Hungarian sold the forint, and later Florence was the inventor of the Hungarian coinage. The hikers also stopped at the small town of Gubbio. The leader of László Csorba, the Hungarian National Museum and the Hungarian Academy of Rome, headed the Hungarians, who had published a volume on homeland of Hungary's Hungarian memories, and nominated Hungarian-related sites with commemorative plaques nationwide. ORF

In addition to the many programs, teachers and children were waiting for tea, coffee, cakes and snacks. Many families first attended AMAPED, the event aroused interest in regular courses and sessions in the association.

Thirty-three of the kittens participated in the journey, in a mood of obstruction. The aim was to visit Tuscany in Umbria, instead of hunting, the art and cultural heritage was the focus of the tour.

On October 20, he held the festive commemoration of the October 23rd of the Collegium Hungaricum on the decorative products of the Collegium Hungaricum of Austria, András Smuk, president of the "Europa" -Club. First, dr. András Smuk, the President, greeted the wonders of the evening, especially dr. Nagy Andor, Ambassador of Hungary in Hungary, Anakin of Bárány, Head of the Collegium Hungaricum of Vienna, Attendee from Sopron, János Varga, Rector of Pázmáneum and President of the Central Alliance, József Hollos. András Smuk emphasized that the Hungarian Inheritance Museum and the Gold Book of the Hungarian Heritage (October 2, 2006) included the following: "The loyalty of the" Europa "-club of Vienna to the spirit of 1956 is a Hungarian heritage." Andor Nagy thanked the guest and briefly mentioned the great commemoration of the Embassy. He stressed the importance of recalling the spirit of revolution and freedom fight. The President of the Round Table of the Austrian Organization of Austria, István Radda, was also welcomed by the members of the member associations. He mentioned that in the years 2016 and 2017, the two major high-ranking organizations jointly organized the two national festive commemorations, but this year they both held the programs of March 15 and 23 on their own. He stressed how important it is to remember the heroes of the Hungarian nation and remember the '56 warriors, '56 not only to preserve, but to pass on to the younger generation. Finally, he thanked András Smuk for organizing the holiday memorial. The documentary "Memento Sopronienis - Generations in Generations" was mainly used in '56 in Sopron and partly in Mosonmagyaróvár. Most of the actors in the film were participants, survivors and sufferers of the 1956 events in Sopron and nearby. The students of the university then summon up sixty years of what they did during the heroic days, and how their fate had developed in the post-Fall years. In the work, tormenting moments are resurrected by the sister of Rezső Kelemen, one of the victims of the Mosonmagyaróvár volley, and the younger fleeing fleeing. After the special film show, a roundtable discussion about the nearly unclean work of the film and about what the 1956 memories meant to be. György Pomezanski, director András Pataki, production-leader-creation, András Smuk, president of "Europa" -Club, who was himself a member, and Alpár Bujdosó, Lajos Makó and Krisztián Brummer participated in the conversation. The moderateower was Klára Ferenczy. Mike László, the editor of András Varga, was the director of documentary film Memento Soproniensis - Generations in Generations. As an expert, dr. Sándor Sarkady, MD, MD The film was made with the support of Sopron County Law City. After the film show or the Round Table discussion, a reception was waiting for the participants.

Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" Club of Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" -club in Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. The cultural history trip was also thought-provoking to the readings following the homecoming, said András Smuk, president of Europa-Club. There were 35 participants on the trip, the trip was in a friendly atmosphere. The aim was to visit Tuscany in Umbria, instead of hiking, focusing on art and culture. On the first day of the trip, the group traveled to Florence and then went to Pisa. The next day, on the shores of the Ligurian Sea, the town of Cinque Terre was built, its colorful houses were excavated. The following villosity was visited by Assisi, where many Hungarian memorials, mostly depicted by the Árpád-homemade Hungarian saints, were published due to the Italian-Hungarian relationship of Anjou. The "Europa" -Club team came to Florence, where King Charles Robert Hungarian sold the forint, and later Florence was the inventor of the Hungarian coinage. The hikers also stopped at the small town of Gubbio. The leader of László Csorba, the Hungarian National Museum and the Hungarian Academy of Rome, headed the Hungarians, who had published a volume on homeland of Hungary's Hungarian memories, and nominated Hungarian-related sites with commemorative plaques nationwide. ORF

On Saturday evening, the closing ceremony of the Burgenland's Hungarian Culture Jubilee Stage was celebrated. The 50th anniversary celebration in the upper OHO culture center presented its cruralest prints and films from the association. The musical framework was provided by the Őrség Fantázia Music Ensemble and the Ensemble of Burgenland's Hungarian Cultural Weddings.

Dr. Andor Nagy, the Hungarian Ambassador in Vienna, solemnly opened the new school year, was pleased to announce that his child will be a student of the School Association, and his daughter has told her many summer safes from the summer camp at the end of August.

Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" Club of Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" -club in Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. The cultural history trip was also thought-provoking to the readings following the homecoming, said András Smuk, president of Europa-Club. There were 35 participants on the trip, the trip was in a friendly atmosphere. The aim was to visit Tuscany in Umbria, instead of hiking, focusing on art and culture. On the first day of the trip, the group traveled to Florence and then went to Pisa. The next day, on the shores of the Ligurian Sea, the town of Cinque Terre was built, its colorful houses were excavated. The following villosity was visited by Assisi, where many Hungarian memorials, mostly depicted by the Árpád-homemade Hungarian saints, were published due to the Italian-Hungarian relationship of Anjou. The "Europa" -Club team came to Florence, where King Charles Robert Hungarian sold the forint, and later Florence was the inventor of the Hungarian coinage. The hikers also stopped at the small town of Gubbio. The leader of László Csorba, the Hungarian National Museum and the Hungarian Academy of Rome, headed the Hungarians, who had published a volume on homeland of Hungary's Hungarian memories, and nominated Hungarian-related sites with commemorative plaques nationwide. ORF

On October 20, he held the festive commemoration of the October 23rd of the Collegium Hungaricum on the decorative products of the Collegium Hungaricum of Austria, András Smuk, president of the "Europa" -Club. First, dr. András Smuk, the President, greeted the wonders of the evening, especially dr. Nagy Andor, Ambassador of Hungary in Hungary, Anakin of Bárány, Head of the Collegium Hungaricum of Vienna, Attendee from Sopron, János Varga, Rector of Pázmáneum and President of the Central Alliance, József Hollos. András Smuk emphasized that the Hungarian Inheritance Museum and the Gold Book of the Hungarian Heritage (October 2, 2006) included the following: "The loyalty of the" Europa "-club of Vienna to the spirit of 1956 is a Hungarian heritage." Andor Nagy thanked the guest and briefly mentioned the great commemoration of the Embassy. He stressed the importance of recalling the spirit of revolution and freedom fight. The President of the Round Table of the Austrian Organization of Austria, István Radda, was also welcomed by the members of the member associations. He mentioned that in the years 2016 and 2017, the two major high-ranking organizations jointly organized the two national festive commemorations, but this year they both held the programs of March 15 and 23 on their own. He stressed how important it is to remember the heroes of the Hungarian nation and remember the '56 warriors, '56 not only to preserve, but to pass on to the younger generation. Finally, he thanked András Smuk for organizing the holiday memorial. The documentary "Memento Sopronienis - Generations in Generations" was mainly used in '56 in Sopron and partly in Mosonmagyaróvár. Most of the actors in the film were participants, survivors and sufferers of the 1956 events in Sopron and nearby. The students of the university then summon up sixty years of what they did during the heroic days, and how their fate had developed in the post-Fall years. In the work, tormenting moments are resurrected by the sister of Rezső Kelemen, one of the victims of the Mosonmagyaróvár volley, and the younger fleeing fleeing. After the special film show, a roundtable discussion about the nearly unclean work of the film and about what the 1956 memories meant to be. György Pomezanski, director András Pataki, production-leader-creation, András Smuk, president of "Europa" -Club, who was himself a member, and Alpár Bujdosó, Lajos Makó and Krisztián Brummer participated in the conversation. The moderateower was Klára Ferenczy. Mike László, the editor of András Varga, was the director of documentary film Memento Soproniensis - Generations in Generations. As an expert, dr. Sándor Sarkady, MD, MD The film was made with the support of Sopron County Law City. After the film show or the Round Table discussion, a reception was waiting for the participants.

Dr. Andor Nagy, the Hungarian Ambassador in Vienna, solemnly opened the new school year, was pleased to announce that his child will be a student of the School Association, and his daughter has told her many summer safes from the summer camp at the end of August.

Finally, the Cérado Orchestra of the Décastrateáb Cultural Association and the Barka Viennese Hungarian Folk Ensemble entertained audiences. Csilla Fazekas, a KCSP scholar, sang a glorifying song about a Moldavian Csángó King of Matthias, while Pap Péter was accompanied by a coil.

Local governments 16: 37It is Palics in a new medical office At the end of October, Palic's health center opened again. The inside of the building was painted and floor coverings were replaced, but there is still a need to build a new, larger medical facility.

Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" Club of Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. Hungarian memories of Italian landscapes were discovered by members of the "Europa" -club in Vienna last week. The group, led by historian László Csorba, visited the cities of Florence, Pisa and Assisi and visited many memorials of Hungarian origin. The cultural history trip was also thought-provoking to the readings following the homecoming, said András Smuk, president of Europa-Club. There were 35 participants on the trip, the trip was in a friendly atmosphere. The aim was to visit Tuscany in Umbria, instead of hiking, focusing on art and culture. On the first day of the trip, the group traveled to Florence and then went to Pisa. The next day, on the shores of the Ligurian Sea, the town of Cinque Terre was built, its colorful houses were excavated. The following villosity was visited by Assisi, where many Hungarian memorials, mostly depicted by the Árpád-homemade Hungarian saints, were published due to the Italian-Hungarian relationship of Anjou. The "Europa" -Club team came to Florence, where King Charles Robert Hungarian sold the forint, and later Florence was the inventor of the Hungarian coinage. The hikers also stopped at the small town of Gubbio. The leader of László Csorba, the Hungarian National Museum and the Hungarian Academy of Rome, headed the Hungarians, who had published a volume on homeland of Hungary's Hungarian memories, and nominated Hungarian-related sites with commemorative plaques nationwide. ORF

In addition to the many programs, teachers and children were waiting for tea, coffee, cakes and snacks. Many families first attended AMAPED, the event aroused interest in regular courses and sessions in the association.

Thirty-three of the kittens participated in the journey, in a mood of obstruction. The aim was to visit Tuscany in Umbria, instead of hunting, the art and cultural heritage was the focus of the tour.

Dr. Andor Nagy, the Hungarian Ambassador in Vienna, solemnly opened the new school year, was pleased to announce that his child will be a student of the School Association, and his daughter has told her many summer safes from the summer camp at the end of August.

Finally, the Cérado Orchestra of the Décastrateáb Cultural Association and the Barka Viennese Hungarian Folk Ensemble entertained audiences. Csilla Fazekas, a KCSP scholar, sang a glorifying song about a Moldavian Csángó King of Matthias, while Pap Péter was accompanied by a coil.

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