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Nonius horse

Nonius is a Hungarian breed of horse with Normandy roots. There are two types of this breed: a lighter, which is nobler and intended for riding, and a heavier, which is intended for farm work and harnessing. Horses of this breed usually have a grey or dark bay color. Nonius owe their name to their prototype, the Normandy-born stallion Nonius, which was captured by Hungarian cavalrymen in 1814. Herds of these horses can be seen on the Hungarian canter. 1)

Tacit knowledge

Tacit knowledge is a concept introduced into the philosophy of science by Michael Polanyi, who was influenced by Wittgenstein's method of paradigmatic examples, questioning the identification of all knowledge with verbalized knowledge. Tacit or tacit knowledge is a type of knowledge used in everyday activities, but whose essence cannot be fully defined. 2)

Béla Tarr

Béla Tarr is a Hungarian filmmaker of poetic, auteurist, often black-and-white cinema. Awarded at the most important film festivals in Europe. 3)

Magical Magyars

The Golden Eleven (Magical Magyars) is the name given to the Hungarian national soccer team. The term was given to the famous Hungarian national soccer team of the 1950-54 period, coached by Gustav Sebes. The team went undefeated for over four years in 32 consecutive matches (a world record). It scored the most goals in the history of World Cup tournaments — 27 (Switzerland 1954), but in the final, it sensationally fell to West Germany in what was called the “Miracle in Bern.” It won an Olympic gold medal in Helsinki in 1952 and has other unbeaten records, with legends such as Ferenc Puskás and Sándor Kocsis playing for it. 4)

Mangalica

Mangalica is a Hungarian pasture pig. It is a breed bred in Hungary in the 19th century. Their distinguishing feature is the bristles curled in curls. 5)

hungary.txt · Last modified: 2021/09/07 15:37 by rapidplatypus