Hungary

Hungary is a European country also known as Hungary, and its capital is Budapest, and its territory is 93,030 km². Its system of government is a parliamentary republic, and the legislative power in it is in the hands of the Hungarian Parliament. It is symbolized by HUF, and it belongs to a number of international organizations such as NATO, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the Council of Europe, the World Trade Organization, the European Union, the International Development Association, the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and the International Center for Consultative Dispute Resolution.

Country geography

It is located astronomically at a longitude of 19 degrees east of the Greenwich line, and at a latitude of 47 degrees north of the equator. It is bordered on the south by Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia, and on the western side by Austria.

Hungary contains various terrains such as flat plains, sloping plains, mountain chains such as Mount Kikiz, rivers such as the Danube, Tisa, and Drava, and lakes such as Lake Balaton, Lake Hévíz, and Lake Tais.

Country population

Its population, according to the statistics of 2013 AD, reached 9,893,899 million people. Its population consists of ethnic groups such as Roma, Hungarians, Germans, and Slovaks. As for the religion, most of its residents are Roman Catholic.

Hungarian people speak the Hungarian language, which is the official language in the country, in addition to some languages ​​such as German, Slovak, Serbian, Slovenian, Croatian, Romanian, and Russian.

Country information

  • Hungary was founded in 895 BC, and became the kingdom of the Kingdom of Christan in 1000 AD, and in 1989 AD it became a republic.
  • Its gross domestic product, according to 2009 AD estimates, is $450.054 billion, and its economy depends on:
  • The country is famous for some popular dishes, such as the goulash dish, which consists of pieces of meat topped with bell pepper sauce.
  • The most prominent Hungarian scholars are: John von Neumann, Paul Erdös, and Eugen Wegener.
  • Hungary is known for its water sports as water polo, swimming, and kayaking.
  • Hungary is divided administratively into nineteen districts, in addition to the capital city of Budapest.
  • The country is considered one of the landlocked countries that do not have access to the seas or oceans, as the land surrounds it from all sides.
  • The foreign investment sector.
  • The agricultural sector, and its most prominent agricultural products are sunflowers, potatoes, wheat, corn, and sugar beets.
  • Livestock raising sector such as cows, sheep, pigs, and poultry.
  • The export sector, such as exporting agricultural products, machinery, and equipment.

Information about Hungary

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