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  2. Hungarian architecture

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  3. Hungarian art

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  4. Hungarian awards

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  6. Culture in Budapest

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  7. Burials in Hungary

    Burials in Hungary

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  9. Hungarian cuisine

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  10. Culture of Miskolc

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  13. Hungary in fiction

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  14. Finno-Ugrists

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  15. Hungarian folklore

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  16. Gardens in Hungary

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  17. Languages of Hungary

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  19. Libraries in Hungary

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  20. Hungarian media

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  21. Museums in Hungary

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  23. Religion in Hungary

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  24. Sport in Hungary

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  25. Hungarian studies

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  26. Theatre in Hungary

    Theatre in Hungary

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  1. Gloomy Sunday

    Gloomy Sunday (2000)

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    "Gloomy Sunday" is a song composed by Hungarian pianist and composer Rezső Seress and published in 1933. Lyrics were written 1932 by László Jávor, in his melancholy love poem "Szomorú vasárnap" ("Sad Sunday"), after his beloved has left him. The song was first recorded in Hungarian by Pál Kalmár in 1935. During World War II Seress wrote alternate lyrics to the song: "Vége a világnak" ("End of the world")., that was published in 1946, and lamented the horribleness of the war and the loss to of all humanity.


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    Gül Baba

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