Na de mit is jelentenek valójában a 25 éves David Smith kreatív elképzelései? Hogyan lett Veszprémből Tredderog, miért épp Llefyw Debrecen új neve, és melyik Békés megyei település nevét takarja a különleges Llangadda-ym-Mhentregwman elnevezés?Continue reading “Nagy sikert aratott Magyarország walesi térképe… de mit is jelentenek pontosan a városnevek?”
Walesi nyelvre fordította le Magyarország térképét egy vasúti pályaőr Nagy-Britanniában.
A kimondottan walesi stílusú településnevek a 25 éves David Smith kreatív elképzelései, aki – bár az angliai Birmingham szülöttje és lakosa – jól beszéli Wales nemzeti nyelvét.Continue reading “Így nézne ki Magyarország térképe walesi nyelven”
Today is International Women’s Day, a celebration of the achievements of women in all walks of life. To mark this special day, Magyar Cymru wanted to highlight the stories of some of the most remarkable Hungarian and Welsh women in recent history…Continue reading “IWD: 5 remarkable Welsh and Hungarian women”
It’s that time of year again! In just over two weeks, Welsh and Hungarian families will come together to build bridges between the two cultures, at the 4th annual Welsh-Hungarian Concert & Folk Dance Event in Cardiff. And with such an impressive line-up of performers, it’s not one to miss!
Held in the Urdd Hall of the Wales Millennium Centre on Saturday 14 March 2020 from 3pm, the concert will see Welsh, English and Hungarian professional singers, violinists, pianists and folk dancers joining together to celebrate the strong cultural bond between Wales and Hungary.Continue reading “4th Welsh-Hungarian Concert in Cardiff – when and where?”
A popular café in central Budapest, Hungary, surprised guests with a new name, Welsh pop music and a bilingual drinks menu on Friday 7th February 2020.
The special night marked the fifth annual Dydd Miwsig Cymru (Welsh Language Music Day), which honours all forms of Welsh language music – indie, rock, punk, funk, folk, electronica, hip hop and everything in between.Continue reading “Budapest café goes Welsh for a day”
The popular Welsh-Hungarian concert series has returned to the remote village of Kunágota in southern Hungary, where Hungarian artists performed a Christmas special featuring traditional songs from both cultures.
Branded the “Welshest village” in Hungary, the idyllic settlement of about 2,500 inhabitants has a strong connection to Welsh music and traditions, despite the fact that none of the residents have ever visited Wales.Continue reading “Hungary’s “Welshest village” hosts Christmas concert with a Welsh twist”
This Sunday, the popular Welsh-Hungarian concert series will return to the idyllic village of Kunágota in southern Hungary, where Hungarian artists will perform a Christmas special featuring traditional songs from both cultures.
Branded the “Welshest” village in Hungary, the Békés County village of about 2,500 inhabitants will now host its first Welsh-Hungarian Advent Concert, featuring seasonal performances in Hungarian, Welsh and English.Continue reading “Welsh-Hungarian Advent Concert in Kunágota!”
Tomorrow night, Wales takes on Hungary for the historic Euro 2020 qualifier we’ve all been waiting for. While you probably know a thing or two about our rivals, there are a few common traits between our two nations that might take you by surprise!
No matter the result, here are five things we can celebrate together with our Hungarian friends, with a nod to our common interests and the quirky things that bring us closer than ever on this exciting day.Continue reading “Wales vs Hungary? Here are five things we can celebrate together…”