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The capital is Budapest. Hungary Parliament Building, Budapest. The modern country appears to be split into two irreconcilable factions: This split is evident in most aspects of Hungarian political, social, and cultural life.
Linguistically surrounded by alien nations, Hungarians felt isolated through much of their history. This may be the reason why after Christianization they became attached to Latinwhich became the language of culturescholarship, and state administration—and even the language of the Hungarian nobility until Cast adrift in a Slavic-Germanic sea, Hungarians are proud to have been the only people to establish a long-lasting state in the Carpathian Basin.
Only after six centuries of independent statehood — did Hungary become part of two other political entities: But even then Hungarians retained much of their separate political identity and near-independence, which in made them a partner in Austria-Hungary — This was much more than the other nations of the Carpathian Basin were able to achieve before Buda CastleBuda Castle, Budapest.
This made them eager to prove themselves and also defensive about lagging behind Western developments elsewhere. Their geographical position often forced them to fight various Eastern invaders, and, as a result, they viewed themselves as defenders of Western Christianity. In that role, they felt that the West owed them something, and when, in times of crisis, special treatment was not forthcoming e.
Today Hungary is wholly Budapest -centred. Budapest is situated on both banks of the Danube Hungarian: Duna Rivera few miles downstream from the Danube Bend. It is a magnificent city, even compared with the great pantheon of European capitals, and it has been an anchor of Hungarian culture since its inception.
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During the 20th century, many talented Hungarians emigrated, particularly to the United States. Among them were leading scientists who played a defining role in the emergence of American atomic discovery and the computer age.
Relief Dominating the relief are the great lowland expanses that make up the core of Hungary. Transdanubia is dominated by the Bakony Mountainswith dolomite and limestone plateaus at elevations between 1, and 2, feet and metres above sea level.
Regions of hills reaching elevations of to 1, feet to metres lie on either side of the mountain backbone, while to the south and west of Lake Balaton is an upland region of more-subdued loess-covered topography.
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