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National flags The distance between the two countries is abuot 1800 kilometers.
Pipers Bagpiper A famous Hungarian piper
Traditional clothes Kilt Baggy trousers (called „gatya”)
Adam Clark Portrait of Adam Clark, who executed the construction of the Suspension Bridge between Buda and Pest and the tunnel under the castle of Buda.
Suspension Bridge Adam Clark Square
National poets Robert Burns His famous poems in Hungary: - Wha is That at My ower-Door („Falusi randevú”) - John Anderson My Jo (John Anderson, szivem, John) - I’m o’er Young to Marry Yet („Korai nekem a konty”)
The Cotter’s Saturday Night inspired Arany Jánost to write the „Családi kör”, which is one of the most famuos poems in Hungary.
Petőfi Sándor (pronounced [‘ʃa:ndor ‘pɛtø:fi] is often called „The Hungarian Burns” Both of them were Romantic poets. They were the sons of ordinary people, but they were both educated. They were impressed by the folk songs. Petőfi Sándor
Sports We like watching Scottish Rugby too…
We are the best at water polo…
The Hungarian water polo team
The Hungarian water polo team has won: 9 Olimpic Games 2 World Championships 2 FINA World Leagues 3 FINA Water Polo World Cups 12 European Championships
Alcoholic drinks During the matches we drink the famous Scotch with pleasure.
Or the traditional Hungarian fruit brandy (Pálinka- pronounced: Pa:linka). It is most often made from plums, pears, apricots. apples, cherries, mulberries, quince. honey, rose hips or pomace.
Food Haggis The Haggis is similar to Hungarian Brawn („disznósajt”)