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Hungarian specialties

Hungarian animals

The Hungarian Vizsla is one of the oldest hunting dogs of the world. The ancestors of this dog came into the Carpathian Basin with the nomadic Hungarian tribes. Graphic illustrations
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The Pulis were used as sheep dogs when the Magyars crossed the plains into Hungary several thousand years ago. The Puli is a lively, cheerful little dog who is very
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Descendant of the Tibetan dogs, the Komondor was brought to Hungary a thousand years ago by nomadic Magyars to guard flocks of sheep, theire outlook and behavior have hardly changed
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The Hungarian Kuvasz is another breed brought to the basin of the Carpathians with the early Magyars. It is a majestic, well-proportioned white sheepdog with a very handsome head. It
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A Magyar Agár (Hungarian Sighthound) is already known in the 8th century it is as old as the Vizsla. The primary task of the Agár was coursing hare and fox.
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Longhorned Gray Steppe cattle is a true Hungarian breed, the foremost breed in Hungary up until the beginning of the 20th century. Its prominence is earned by its usefulness
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