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    Szögliget - Mosás a patakban

    András Veres's photo documentary on the villagers of Szögliget as they are washing in the stream.

  • Alaprajz, 1988

    Martonyi Háromhegyi Pálos templom- és kolostorrom alaprajza, 1988

    The Háromhegyi Pálos Church and Monastery is the best preserved Pauline edifice remaining in Hungary. In 1976, OMFs Architecture Department prepared a program plan for conservation of ruins, and a conservation plan was drawn up in 1988. However, no real work was done in the absence of money and local initiatives.

  • Pálmaliget

    Baradla-barlang

    "Pálmaliget"

    The Baradla Cave in Hungary is one of the longest researched, visited for centuries for its speleothems. A significant part of the cave has varied colors and shapes providing an unparalleled spectacle of decorative stalactites. The postcard shows the "Palm Park". The postcard belongs to the collection of Dr. László Lénárt.

  • A Gömör-Tornai-Karszt flórája-Enumeráció

    A Gömör-Tornai-Karszt flórája - Enumeráció

    Flóra Gemersko-turnianskeho krasu - Enumerácia

    This publication represents the conclusion of a 12 year project. But this is a study which has shown us the deficiencies in our knowledge of the flora of the Gömör–Torna Karst. We have marked 83 species with uncertain locality. Several taxa are less studied, e.g. the genus of Crataegus, Rosa, Rubus, Taraxacum or Hieracium. The distribution of a number of species has not been properly studied yet and modern taxonomical studies regularly raise new problems. So we do not regard this book as the final step of our work but rather as a status report which can be the starting-point of future studies.

  • Lillafüred barlangjai

    Lillafüred barlangjai

    Lillafüred is located 320 m above sea level, in the Bükk Mountain east side. Popular tourist destination and tourist center. The Lillafüred Guide presents all the important sights.

  • Kastély és kastélypark Tornanádaskán

    Kastély és kastélypark Tornanádaskán

    The neo-Baroque u-shaped edifice dates from medieval times. In the garden just in front of the main entrance, one finds a 15th century Venetian well. A more than 300 year old acacia tree graces the inner courtyard. At the time of its planting in the 1600s, acacias (Mimosoideae) were still a curiosity and rarity, hence its central placement. The palace now functions as a student dormitory. The castle park is unique in the karst area for its aboretum of almost 200 tree species. Exceptional specimens include the Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis), thuja (Thuja occidentalis), huge nordmann fir (Abies nordmanniana), Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), and the pride of the collection, a giant redwood. Sequoiadendron gigantea with a 30-40 cm diameter trunk.

  • Az aggteleki cseppkőbarlang és környéke

    Az aggteleki cseppkőbarlang és környéke

    A Sajó-Bódva közének ismeretlen szépségei

    Aggtelek (meaning "Old plot" in Hungarian) is a village in the county of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, Hungary. It is known for the vast stalactite caverns of the nearby Baradla-Domica cave system, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Aggtelek and Slovak Karst. The book describes the formation of caves. The wonders of the dripstones, the natural features of the cave, its flora and fauna. The original book was published in 1932.

  • Óriások terme

    Baradla-barlang

    "Óriások terme"

    The Baradla Cave in Hungary is one of the longest researched, visited for centuries for its speleothems. A significant part of the cave has varied colors and shapes providing an unparalleled spectacle of decorative stalactites. The postcard shows the biggest hall of the cave the "Giants' Hall". The postcard belongs to the collection of Dr. László Lénárt.

  • Óriások terme

    Baradla-barlang

    "Óriások terme"

    The Baradla Cave in Hungary is one of the longest researched, visited for centuries for its speleothems. A significant part of the cave has varied colors and shapes providing an unparalleled spectacle of decorative stalactites. The postcard shows the biggest hall of the cave the "Giants' Hall". The postcard belongs to the collection of Dr. László Lénárt.

  • Minerva templom

    Baradla-barlang

    "Minerva templom"

    The Baradla Cave in Hungary is one of the longest researched, visited for centuries for its speleothems. A significant part of the cave has varied colors and shapes providing an unparalleled spectacle of decorative stalactites. The postcard shows the " Minerva's Church". The postcard belongs to the collection of Dr. László Lénárt.

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