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Discover, celebrate & share Hungarian heritage!

Hungarian Living Liz Vos

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 15 Ratings

Discover, celebrate & share Hungarian heritage!

    King Matthias and the Transylvanian Innkeeper

    King Matthias and the Transylvanian Innkeeper

    Enjoy this tale from the collection of my mother’s translations of Hungarian folk tales ready by our daughter, Hannah Vos.



    King Matthias, he was the ruler of Hungary from 1440-1490. He was the great Hungarian king of the Renaissance and one of the greatest public figures in Hungarian history. One of his prime concerns was the alleviation of the suffering of the serfs, and very often he would disguise himself in peasant clothes and walk among his people. He insisted that truth and justice be upheld at all times, and because of his many actions along this line, he was loved by all his people. This is why there are so many tales, legends, and myths centering around him. King Matthias was so well loved by the common people that the tales spread to the surrounding Ukrainian, Slovakian, Slovenian, and even Romanian folklore.



    Check out our web shop The Hungarian Store where we sell meaningful gifts with a Hungarian focus. Please visit Hungarian Living to sign up for our e-newsletter and see all the other resources we have gathered for you!

    • 9 min
    The Hungarian Store & More

    The Hungarian Store & More

    We have completely overhauled our Magyar Marketing website and changed the name to The Hungarian Store. That is a big change, you can find us at The Hungarian Store



    This name change has been coming for several years, out of necessity. But our commitment is the same — we want you to discover, celebrate, and share your Hungarian heritage in the ways that matter most to you and share it with the ones you love.



    We have also done the same for the Hungarian Living  website. If you stopped by there, you may have noticed. If not, please check it out! You can listen to the PODCAST right from the website with our fancy podcast player. We have all the episodes together in one spot. Or, you can find the show that interests you on the individual show notes page and listen from there. 



    And, we have put all of our recipe, language, history, and creative inspiration resources on the Hungarian Living website. So it’s a place to go for a collection of resources in English. 



    We would love to hear what you think of the changes! For more fun conversations about all kinds of things that have to do with Hungarian heritage and culture, be sure to tune into our next episode of the Hungarian Living podcast. If you have an idea for a topic to be discussed on this podcast, send an email to Podcast@HungarianLiving.com

    • 6 min
    Magyar Club of Dayton

    Magyar Club of Dayton

    Episode 40
    In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast, I visit with Eva Lazear from the Magyar Club of Dayton, Ohio.
    This group has been around since the 70’s and is still very active and intentional about welcoming new members!
    Here are the ways to connect with them:
    Website: Magyarclubofdayton.org
    Facebook:  Magyar Club of Dayton
    Check out our web shop: Magyar Marketing ~ The Hungarian Store where we sell meaningful gifts with a Hungarian focus. Please visit Magyar Living to sign up for our e-newsletter and see all the other resources we have gathered for you!

    • 37 min
    Hungarian History & Culture Course

    Hungarian History & Culture Course

    Hungarian History & Culture Course Episode 39
    In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast, I visit with Gergely Nemeth about our upcoming Hungarian History and Culture Course.  Gergely is one of our Hungarian language teaching partners and he lives in Miskolc, Hungary.
    The Hungarian History and Culture course is just a brief overview of Hungary’s history. It is 10 weeks long and the lectures are 30 minutes each. Classes are held on Skype and not pre-recorded.
    There are just a few spots left for this session so SIGN UP right away for the course.
    Send a message to Podcast@HungarianLiving.com and we will let you know when the course is available again if it is “out of stock”.
    Check out our web shop: Magyar Marketing ~ The Hungarian Store where we sell meaningful gifts with a Hungarian focus. Please visit Magyar Living to sign up for our e-newsletter and see all the other resources we have gathered for you!

    • 13 min
    Our Hungarian Language Learning Opportunities

    Our Hungarian Language Learning Opportunities

    Our goal is to help you develop and maintain a meaningful connection with your Hungarian heritage.  We know what a challenge it is to preserve those ancestral ties throughout the generations, so we provide a variety of avenues to help you stay connected in the ways that work for you and the ones you love!
    We offer Hungarian language, cooking, history, and genealogy classes – but in this podcast we will just focus on our Hungarian language learning opportunities available for Fall 2021.
    Hungarian Lessons 
    Hungarian Dialogue Sessions 
    Hungarian Language Clinic 
    Check out our shop: Magyar Marketing ~ The Hungarian Store where we sell meaningful gifts with a Hungarian focus. Please visit Magyar Living to sign up for our e-newsletter and see all the other resources we have gathered for you!

    • 9 min
    The Georgia Statue to Honor 1956 Hungarian Revolution

    The Georgia Statue to Honor 1956 Hungarian Revolution

    The Georgia Statue to Honor 1956 Hungarian Revolution
    In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast, I visit with Andrea Lauer Rice about an exciting new project! There will be a statue in Georgia to honor those who participated in the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.
    If you want to learn more about this project and contribute, here are some links
    Details and Donations
    Freedom Fighter 56 
    Facebook Page: Georgia Statue to Honor 1956 Hungarian Revolution
    Check out our web shop: Magyar Marketing ~ The Hungarian Store where we sell meaningful gifts with a Hungarian focus. Please visit Magyar Living to sign up for our e-newsletter and see all the other resources we have gathered for you!

    • 30 min

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