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Flag of Hungary

The flag of Hungary consists of three horizontal stripes - red, white, and green. It appeared for the first time in its current form in 1848, when the uprising against the Austro-Hungarian domination took place. Its design should refer to the French tricolor, the traditional symbol of freedom. The origin of the flag, however, can be found in much earlier times. Red flag was already adopted as a standard of Commander Arpad in the 9th century. With the arrival of Christianity a cross on a white background was added. The green stripe has been on the flag since the 16th century. Since then, all the national colors as we know them today are present on the flag. Red indicates strength, white faith, and the oldest green stands for hope.

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Country Hungary
Capital city Budapest
Continent Europe
Member of European Union, NATO
Population 9,906,000 (2013)
Total area 93,032 km2
Formation 1. 1. 1001
Highest point Kékes (1,014 m)
GDP $ 19,497 (IMF, 2012)
Currency hungarian forint (HUF)
Code HU (HUN)
Calling code +36
Internet TLD .hu

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Name of country in other languages

Czech Maďarsko (Budapešť)
English Hungary (Budapest)
German Ungarn (Budapest)
French Hongrie (Budapest)
Italian Ungheria (Budapest)
Spanish Hungría (Budapest)
Russian Венгрия (Будапешт)
Slovak Maďarsko (Budapešť)
Polish Węgry (Budapeszt)
Portuguese Hungria (Budapeste)
Chinese 匈牙利 (布达佩斯)
Japanese ハンガリー (ブダペスト)
Turkish Macaristan (Budapeşte)
Norwegian Ungarn (Budapest)
Swedish Ungern (Budapest)
Hungarian Magyarország (Budapest)
Dutch Hongarije (Boedapest)
Danish Ungarn (Budapest)
Finnish Unkari (Budapest)
Hebrew הונגריה (בודפשט)