Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 1.4.1994 - 128 sivua
Diversity is the spice of life, and the highly regarded Cultures of the World series celebrates just that in fully updated, and expanded editions. As has always been true of these outstanding titles, an abundance of vibrant photographs -- including those new to this edition -- stimulate the imaginations of young readers as they travel the globe. A new chapter on the environment focuses on politics and economics as well as on endangered species and the effects of industrialization. Additional authentic recipes add general interest while new maps offer further, easy-to-find facts in "About the Geography, " "About the Culture" and "About the Economy" sections.
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HUNGARY'S TRADITIONAL HOLIDAYS AND FESTIVALS were based on the
religious and agricultural calendars, including saints' days, and planting and
harvest days. The Communist system substituted the traditional holidays with "
If the child has been good, Telapo ("TAIL-ah- poh"), the Hungarian Santa Claus,
leaves the boot filled with goodies — traditionally chocolate, tangerines, apples,
walnuts, dates, and figs. If the A child has been bad, the boot will A y contain just
Traditional kinds of "fast food," including langos ("LAHNG-gohsh," a plate-size
piece of deep-fried dough made from potatoes and topped with salt, garlic, sour
cream, and grated cheese), sausage, corn-on-the-cob, and fried fish, have been
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"Hungary today -- Geography -- History -- Government -- Economy -- Environment -- Hungarians -- Lifestyle -- Arts -- Leisure -- Festivals -- Food -- About the economy -- About the culture -- Time line. " (library notes) Lue koko arvostelu