Hungarian Australians gather in Sydney to celebrate cultural festival
It is not the usual setting for folk tunes, but this week it is the home for dozens of dancers gathered together for the Hungarian Cultural Festival.
The festival is held every four years and brings together 500 members of the Hungarian community from across Australia, as well as international artists and academics.
Over the next four days, the community will attend lectures exploring aspects of Hungarian history, language and famous figures including Erno Rubik, who invented the Rubik’s cube, and László József Bíró, inventor of the biro pen.
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