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Hungaricum

Hungaricum


Hungaricum


 

Hungaricum refers to a collective term denoting a value worthy of emphasis that

represents the highest quality of Hungarian product with its characteristically Hungarian attributes, uniqueness, special nature and quality. The Act on Hungarian national values and Hungaricums establish a supportive legal framework and defines the concept of Hungaricum.

Hungaricum refers to a collective term denoting a value worthy of emphasis that represents the highest quality of Hungarian product with its characteristically Hungarian attributes, uniqueness, special nature and quality.


Collection of Hungaricums

 

1. Palinka

2. Grape marc palinka

3. Csabai sausage or Csabai thick sausage

4. Tokaji aszu wine produced in Hungary Tokaj region

5. Food products from fattened goose

6. Gyulai sausage or Gyulai paired sausage

7. soda-water

8. Paprika powder from Kalocsa

9. PICK ‘Winter’ salami

10. Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia)

11. Hungarian acacia honey

12. HERZ ‘Classic winter’ salami

13. Red onions from Mako

14. Paprika powder from Szeged

15. Hungarian grey cattle

16. Unicum herbal liquer

17. Debreceni paired sausage

18. Spritzer

19. Chamomile flowers from Hungary’s Great Plains (Alföld)

20. Chimney cake

21. Törley sparkling wine

22. Red Gold (Piros Arany) and Erős Pista


 


Health & Lifestyle

 

23. Béres Drops & Béres Drops Extra

24. ILCSI Beautifying Herbs organic skincare products

25. Hungarian District Nursing Service as an internationally unique, traditional healthcare system

26. Lake Hévíz and Traditional Hévíz Therapy

27. Life and work of János Kabay, founder of the Alkaloida pharmaceutical factory

 

Industrial and technological solutions

 

28. KÜRT Data Recovery

29. Zsolnay porcelain and ceramics

30. Life and work of János Neumann in the area of information technology and computers


 


Cultural Heritage

 

31. The folk dance house method as the Hungarian model of perpetuation of cultural heritage

32. „Mohácsi Busó járás” a masked end-of-winter tradition

33. Falconry as a living human heritage

34. Matyó folk art – The embroidery culture of a traditional community

35. Budapest, including the banks of the Danube, the Buda castle quarter and Andrássy avenue

36. Old village of Hollókő and its surroundings

37. Millenary Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma and its natural environment

38. Hortobágy National Park – The Great Plain (Puszta)

39. Early Christian necropolis of Pécs (Sopianae)

40. Fertő / Neusiedlersee cultural landscape

41. Tokaj historic wine region cultural landscape

42. Herend porcelain 

43. Hungarian operetta

44. The Kassai method of horseback archery

45. Halas lace

46. Kalocsa folk art –drawing, embroidery and wall painting

47. Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra –the world-renowned artistic and tradition preserving practice of the orchestra

48. Count István Széchenyi’s intellectual legacy

49. Traditional Hungarian folk song

50. Zsolnay Cultural Quarter

51. Tárogató

52. The Vizsoly Bible 

53. The Hungarian bow of the 9th-11th century

54. Hungarian dulcimer


 


Sport

 

55. The worldknown and renowned life – work of Ferenc Puskás

 

Natural environments

 

56. Caves of Aggtelek karst and Slovak karst

57. Hive-stones and the stone culture of Bükkalja

 

Tourism and catering

 

58. Karcag mutton stew

59. Gastronomic and catering trade heritage of Károly Gundel and the Gundel Restaurant

60. Fish soup from Baja