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Magyarország  (Hungarian)
Anthem"Himnusz" (Hungarian)[1]
Location o  Hungary  (daurk green) – on the European continent  (green & daurk grey) – in the European Union  (green)  —  [Legend]
Location o  Hungary  (daurk green)

– on the European continent  (green & daurk grey)
– in the European Union  (green)  —  [Legend]

and largest city
47°26′N 19°15′E / 47.433°N 19.250°E / 47.433; 19.250
Offeecial leid
an naitional leid
Ethnic groups
Demonym(s)Hungarian, Magyar
GovrenmentUnitar pairlamentary
constitutional republic
• President
Tamás Sulyok
Viktor Orbán
László Kövér
LegislaturOrszággyűlés (Naitional Assembly)
4–6 Julie 907
25 December 1000[6]
24 Apryle 1222
29 August 1526
2 September 1686
15 Mairch 1848
20 Mairch 1867
4 Juin 1920
23 October 1989
1 Mey 2004
• Total
93,030[7] km2 (35,920 sq mi) (108t)
• Water (%)
• 2017 estimate
9,797,561[8] (92nt)
• Density
105.3/km2 (272.7/sq mi) (103rd)
GDP (PPP)2017 estimate
• Total
$284.266 billion[9] (57t)
• Per capita
$28,965[9] (45t)
GDP (nominal)2017 estimate
• Tot
$125.297 billion[9] (58t)
• Per capita
$12,767[9] (54t)
Gini (2014)positive decrease 27.9[10]
law · 16t
HDI (2015)Increase 0.836[11]
verra heich · 43rd
CurrencyForint (HUF)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
• Summer (DST)
Date formatyyyy/mm/dd
Drivin sideright
Cawin code+36
ISO 3166 codeHU
Internet TLD.hua
  1. Also .eu as part of the European Union.
Territorial organization

Hungary (Hungarian: Magyarország) is a kintra in Europe. It's bund bi Ukraine an Romanie tae the east, Serbie an Croatie tae the sooth, Austrick an Slovenie tae the wast, an Slovakie tae the north. Wi aboot 10 million inhabitants, Hungary is a medium-sized member state o the European Union.[12] The offeecial leid is Hungarian, that is the maist widely spoken Uralic leid in the warld.[13] Hungary's caipital an its lairgest ceity an metropolis is Budapest, a signeeficant economic hub, clessifee'd as a leadin global ceity.[14] Major urban areas include Debrecen, Szeged, Miskolc, Pécs an Győr.

Follaein centuries o successive habitation bi Celts, Romans, Germanic fowk, Wast Slavs, Avars, an the Huns the foondation o Hungary wis laid in the late 9t century bi the Hungarian grand prince Árpád in the conquest o the Carpathian Basin.[15][16] He founded the Principality o Hungary whilk lasted from 895-1000. His great-grandson Stephen I ascendit the throne in 1000, convertin the kintra tae a Christian kinrick. Bi the 12t century, Hungary becam a middle pouer within the Wastren warld, reachin a gowden age bi the 15t century.[17] Follaein the Battle o Mohács in 1526 an aboot 150 year o pairtial Ottoman occupation (1541–1699), Hungary cam unner Habsburg rule, an later formed the great pouer Austro–Hungarian Empire thegither wi Austrick.[18]

Hungary's current mairches war established in 1920 bi the Treaty o Trianon efter Warld War I, whan the kintra lost 71% o its territory, 58% o its population, an 32% o ethnic Hungarians.[19][20][21] Follaein the interwar period, Hungary jynt the Axis Powers in Warld War II, sufferin signeeficant damage an casualties.[22][23] Hungary becam a satellite state o the Soviet Union, that contreibutit tae the establishment o a socialist republic spannin fower decades (1949[24]–1989[25]).[26] The kintra gained widespread internaitional attention as a result o its Revolution o 1956 an the seminal appenin o its previously-restrictit mairch wi Austrick in 1989, that accelerated the collapse o the Eastren Bloc.[27][28] On 23 October 1989, Hungary becam a democratic pairlamentary republic.[29]

In the 21st century, Hungary is a middle pouer[30][31] an haes the warld's 57t lairgest economy bi nominal GDP, as weel as the 58t lairgest bi PPP, oot o 191 kintras meisurt bi IMF. As a substantial actor in several industrial an technological sectors,[32] it is the warld's 35t lairgest exporter an 34t lairgest importer o guids. Hungary is an OECD heich-income economy wi a verra heich staundart o leevin.[33][34] It keeps up a social siccarity an universal heal care seestem, an a tuition-free varsity eddication.[35][36] Hungary performs weel in internaitional rankins: it is 20t in quality o life, 24t in Guid Kintra Index, 28t in inequality-adjuistit human development, 32nt in the Social Progress Index, 33rd in Global Innovation Index an ranks as the 15t saufest country in the warld.

Hungary jynt the European Union in 2004 an haes been pairt o the Schengen Area syne 2007.[37] Hungary is a member o the Unitit Naitions, NATO, WTO, Warld Bank, the AIIB, the Cooncil o Europe, the Visegrád Group an mair.[38] Weel kent for its rich cultural history, Hungary haes contreibutit signeeficantly tae airts, muisic, leeteratur, sports an science an technology.[39][40][41][42] Hungary is the 11t maist popular kintra as a tourist destination in Europe, attractin 15.8 million internaitional tourists in 2017.[43] It is hame tae the lairgest thermal watter cave seestem an the seicont lairgest thermal loch in the warld, the lairgest loch in Central Europe an the lairgest naitural gresslands in Europe.[44][45]

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