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Magyarország

Magyar Magyarország - Magyarország

A Magyarország független állam Közép-Európában. Magyarország a Kárpát-medence közepén fekszik, területét a Duna osztja ketté. A Magyar Köztársaság fővárosa, politikai, gazdasági és kulturális központja Budapest, ahol az ország lakosságának mintegy 20%-a él.

English Hungary - Hungary

Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe, bordered by ► Austria, ► Slovakia, ► Ukraine, ► Romania, ► Serbia (► Vojvodina), ► Croatia, and ► Slovenia.


Short name  Hungary
Official name Hungary
Status Independent country since 1918, member of the ► European Union since 2004.
Location Central Europe
Capital Budapest
Population 9,769,000 inhabitants
Area 93,030 km²
Major languages Hungarian (official)
Major religions Roman Catholicism, Protestantism
More information Hungary, Geography of Hungary, History of Hungary and Politics of Hungary
More images Hungary - Hungary (Category).

General maps

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English: Hungary in Europe
Magyar: Magyarország Európában
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English: Hungary in Europe
Magyar: Magyarország Európában
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English: Map of Hungary
Magyar: Magyarország térképe
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English: Map of Hungary in Hungarian
Magyar: Magyarország térképe magyarul
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English: Topographic map
Magyar: Topográfiai térkép
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English: Administrative divisions of Hungary
Magyar: Magyarország közigazgatási felosztása
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English: Administrative map
Magyar: Adminsisztratív térkép
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English: Map of regions, counties, and subregions
Magyar: Régiók, megyék és alrégiók térképe
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English: Hungary, NUTS1 regions
Magyar: Magyarország NUTS1 régiói
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Magyar: Magyarország régiói
Map of regions of Hungary.PNG Regions of Hungary

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Hungary, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Hungary.

Historical maps of Hungary

  Approximate extent of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
  Approximate extent of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
  approximate extent of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
  The celts BC800-BC400
  Territorial development of the Roman Empire 264 BC-192, including the conquest of present
  The extent of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire;
   133 BC
   44 BC (late Republic, after conquests by republican generals)
   AD 14 (death of Augustus)
   117 (maximum extension)
  Camps of the Roman Legions in 80
  Ancient peoples in Pannonia
  Pannonia in the Roman Empire, 1st century
  Pannonia in the Roman Empire, 1st century
  Roman Pannonia, 1st century
  Map of the Roman Empire in 116
  Pannonia in the Roman Empire (116)
  Roman Empire in 117
  Upper Pannonia and Lower Pannonia, 2nd century
  Upper Pannonia and Lower Pannonia, 2nd century
  Pannonia provinces, 4th century
  Roman Empire divided 395, showing the dioceses and praetorian prefectures of Gaul, Italy, Illyricum and Oriens (east), roughly analogous to the four Tetrarch zones of influence after Diocletian's reforms.
  The division of the Empire after the death of Theodosius I, ca.395 AD superimposed on modern borders.
  Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
  Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
  Division of the Roman Empire in 406
  Eastern Roman Empire and Western Roman Empire, c.476
  Hun migration
  Hun Empire
  Hun Empire
[[|border|251x400px]] Gepids and Langobards (6th century)
  Kingdom of the Gepids in the 6th century (539-551)
  Avar Khanate in 600
  Avar Khanate in 650
[[|border|251x400px]] Avar Khanate, 7th-8th century
[[|border|251x400px]] Avars in the Carpathian basin, 680-804
  Avar Khanate in 700
  Avar Khanate in 814
  Avar Khanate in the 9th century
  Rise of the Frankish Empire
[[|border|251x400px]] Carpathian basin in the 9th century
[[|border|251x400px]] Carpathian basin in the 9th century - Slovak and Hungarian views
  Carpathian basin in the 9th century (according to the Gesta Hungarorum)
  Balaton Principality
  Location of Proto-Magyars (Proto-Hungarians) in 400 AD
  Location of Magyars (Hungarians) in 500 AD
  Location of Magyars (Hungarians) in 565 AD
  Location of Magyars (Hungarians) in 700 AD
  Hungarian Migration
  Hungarian Migration
  Hungarian Migration
  Hungarian Migration
  Hungarian campaigns
  Hungary around 900
  Kingdom of Hungary in the 10th century
  Basic territory of Bijelo Brdo culture (10th-12th century)
  Hungarians, Slavs and Vlachs in the Kingdom of Hungary, 10th-12th century (according to Serbian historian Jovan Pejin)
  Hungary in 1000
  Kingdom of Hungary in the 11th century
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1190
  The journeys of Friar Julian
[[|border|251x400px]] Mongol invasion in 1241
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Hungary in 1241
  Kingdom of Hungary in the 13th century
  Realms of Hungarian oligarchs in the 14th century
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1360
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1370-1387
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1480
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1490
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1490
  Border between Kingdom of Hungary and Ottoman Empire in the early 16th century
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Hungary in 1514
  Growth of the Ottoman Empire
  Development of the European part of the Ottoman Empire
  Growth of the Ottoman Empire
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Hungary in the 16th century
  Kingdom of Hungary in the 16th century
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1526
  Habsburg Monarchy in 1547
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Hungary in 1550
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1550
[[|border|251x400px]] Map of the Ottoman Empire 1566
  Captaincies of Royal Hungary and Budin Eyalet in 1572
  Ottoman Empire in 1600
  Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Kingdom of Hungary, Principality of Upper Hungary, Principality of Transylvania and Ottoman eyalets in 1683
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Hungary, Principality of Upper Hungary, Principality of Transylvania and Ottoman eyalets in 1683
  Great Serb migration in 1690
  Kingdom of Hungary within Habsburg Monarchy in 1699
  Kingdom of Hungary in the Habsburg Monarchy in 1763-1787
  Kingdom of Hungary within Habsburg Monarchy in 1782-1785
  Kingdom of Hungary within Habsburg Monarchy in 1782-1785
  Kingdom of Hungary within Austrian Monarchy
  Hungarian military districts in 1850
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1862
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1875
  Ethnic groups in the Kingdom of Hungary in 1880
  Hungarian language in 1880 (note: this map declares even areas with German minority as "German")
  Ethnic map of Austria-Hungary, census 1880. German version
  Religions in Austria-Hungary, Andrees Allgemeiner Handatlas, 1st Edition, Leipzig (Germany) 1881
  Etnographic map (1885-1890)
  Hungarians in the Kingdom of Hungary in 1890
  Hungarians in the Kingdom of Hungary in 1890
  Ethnic map of Austria-Hungary, census 1890. English version
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1900
  Etnographic map (1900)
  Historical map of Austria-Hungary from the Bibliothek allgemeinen und praktischen Wissens für Militäranwärter Band I, 1905
  Proposed United States of Greater Austria in 1906
  Proposed United States of Greater Austria in 1906
  Etnographic map (1910)
  Etnographic map (1910), made by Pál Teleki
  Etnographic map (1911)
  Hungarians in Austria-Hungary in 1911
  Szekelys in the Kingdom of Hungary
  Location of the Kingdom of Hungary
  Kingdom of Hungary before 1913
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1914
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of Hungary in 1914
  Kingdoms and countries of Austria–Hungary:
Cisleithania: 1. Bohemia, 2. Bukovina, 3. Carinthia, 4. Carniola, 5. Dalmatia, 6. Galicia, 7. Austrian Littoral, 8. Lower Austria, 9. Moravia, 10. Salzburg, 11. Silesia, 12. Styria, 13. Tyrol, 14. Upper Austria, 15. Vorarlberg; Transleithania: 16. Hungary, 17. Croatia and Slavonia; 18. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  Austria-Hungary in 1914
  South Front in World War I
  East Front open in World War I
  Cantonized Hungary, proposed by Miksa Strobl in 1918
  Hungarian Soviet Republic
  The end of Austria-Hungary (in German)
  Treaty of Trianon (in Hungarian)
  Treaty of Trianon
  Treaty of Trianon
  Treaty of Trianon
  Treaty of Trianon - Ethnic map
  Treaty of Trianon - Ethnic map
[[|border|251x400px]] Treaty of Trianon - Ethnic map
  Hungary between World Wars
  Hungary in 1923
  Hungary in 1938
  Hungary in 1939
  Hungary in 1940
  Hungary in 1941-1944
  Hungary during World War II
  Hungary during World War II
  Hungary during World War II
  Hungary during World War II
  Hungary during World War II
  Hungary during World War II
  Hungary during World War II
  Hungary during World War II
  1942 Raid in southern Bačka
  The Allied offensive on Southern Central Europe
  Hungary from 1867 to 1947
  Hungary in 1950

Historical maps of Hungarians in Transylvania

  Magyars in Transylvania, 10th-11th century
  Transylvania in the 13th century
  Székely Land in medieval Transylvania
  Transylvania in the 16th century
  Székely Seats
  Transylvania in 1570
  Northern Transylvania annexed to Hungary in World War II
  Hungarian Autonomous Province, 1952-1960
  Hungarian Autonomous Province, 1952-1968
  Emigration of the Székelys

Historical maps of Hungarians in Slovakia

  Hungarians in Slovakia in 1910
  Hungarian language in Czechoslovakia in 1930
  Hungarian annexation of southern Slovakia in 1938
  Hungarian annexation of southern Slovakia in 1938

Historical maps of Hungarians in Vojvodina

  Domain of medieval Hungarian oligarch Ugrin Csak
  Serb-Hungarian frontlines in the territory of present-day Vojvodina in 1848-1849
  Hungarian counties in the territory of present-day Vojvodina in 1881-1882
  Ethnic Hungarians in the territory of present-day Vojvodina in 1910
  Hungarian language in the territory of present-day Vojvodina in 1910
  Hungarian language in Vojvodina in 1921
  Hungarian language in Vojvodina in 1931

Old maps

This section holds copies of original general maps more than 70 years old.

  Hungary and Turkey in Europe

Linguistic, ethnic and religion maps

  Hungarians outside of Hungary
  Distribution of the Hungarian language
  Alternative map
  Roma (Gypsies) in Hungary (census 2001, by localities)
  Roma (Gypsies) in Hungary (census 2001, by counties)
  Roma (Gypsies) in Hungary (census 2001, by counties)
  Religion map of Hungary
  Religion map of Hungary

Regions and counties of Hungary

  Counties of Hungary
  Counties
  Subregions of Hungary
  városok, községek, and megyei jogú városok
  Jászság (Jazygia) region in Hungary
  Baranya / Baranja region, divided between Hungary and Croatia
  Bačka / Bácska region, divided between Serbia and Hungary
  Banat region, divided between Romania, Serbia and Hungary

Satellite maps

  Satellite map
  Satellite map

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