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Hungarians in Germany

There are around 120,000 Hungarians in Germany.[1] Hungarians have emigrated here since the Middle Ages, with an increase after World War I. Today, around 75% of this population live in the states of Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg and Hessen.[1]

Population

Only about 60% arrived with a Hungarian passport, as many of them arrived from areas of the former Kingdom of Hungary[1] (see Treaty of Trianon, 1920).

Major population changes:

Culture

In 2006/2007, Hungary presented its country and culture in Germany with a whole series of cultural events including the exhibition "Germans in Hungary – Hungarians in Germany. European Lives".[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "General Information - Hungarians in Germany". Association of Hungarian Organisations in Germany (in Hungarian). Retrieved 2009-10-25. 
  2. ^ """Germans and Hungarians launch "Europe's Ark. Press and Information Office of the German Government. 05/07/2007. Retrieved 2009-10-25. 

External links

  • Association of Hungarian Organisations in Germany (Hungarian), (German)
  • Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (Hungarian), (German)
  • Irány Németország (Hungarian)
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