“Visit Hungary”: Artificial Lakes of Délegyháza from Above by Gabor Nagy

Gábor Nagy is a freelance photographer based in Budapest, Hungary. Specialized in outdoors, landscapes, travel photography and film production. Continue reading »

Budapest in the 1980s Through Fascinating Photos

From the 1960s to the late 1980s Hungary was often satirically referred to as “the happiest barrack” within the Eastern bloc, and much of the wartime damage to the city was finally repaired. Continue reading »

This Hidden Chilling Forest Path Looks Like A Trail To Mordor

According to Hungarian photographer Gabor Dvornik: “Strolling near the banks of Donau river near Vác (Hungary) on a foggy morning I found a dark and hidden wooden path which was used a long time ago. Although we say: “never leave the road you know,” I was always curious so I began walking cautiously. Continue reading »

Discover The Relics Of Hungary’s Industrial Past With The Photographer Peter Trembeczki

Peter earned his BA degree as an economist and later graduated from the Photography MA programme of the Moholy-Nagy University Art and Design in Budapest, Hungary. Interested in collective memory, his photo story Victory is an exploration of Hungarian public and industrial buildings that have been either abandoned or modified. Owing to the various degrees of erosion and reconstruction they have experienced, these buildings have taken on an alternative, and at times, grotesque, identity. They have become subjects of collective remembrance — instances of a nation’s socio-political psyche. Continue reading »

Hungary Fashion Photographer Under Fire Over ‘Migrant Chic’ Shoot

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Hungarian photographer Norbert Baksa says many people appreciate his latest project – a series of photos in which a scantily clad fashion model is depicted as a migrant – for “what it is meant to mean.” Continue reading »

A Sled Dog European Championship in Hungary

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A musher races with his dogs during a sled dog European Championship in Venek November 22, 2014. (Photo by Laszlo Balogh/Reuters)
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Burning Cash For Fuel in Hungary


Annually,Hungary recycles about $1 billion worth of old forints (currency of Hungary), and converts the worn out currency into bricks. After which, the bricks are distributed to different charitable organizations . The bricks are used as a heating fuel. This unique government program covers up to a third of the expenses in heating. (REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh) Continue reading »