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Arc de Triomphe (Paris, 1836)

The construction of the arch of triumph was completed only after Napoleon´s fall, in 1836.

38 M Toldi light tank

This light tank was used by the Royal Hungarian Army in World War II.

Bratislava (18th century, Kingdom of Hungary)

Bratislava (Pozsony) was the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary in the 18th century

Szilassi polyhedron

This special concave polyhedron was named after a Hungarian mathematician.

Császár polyhedron

The Császár polyhedron is a nonconvex polyhedron with 14 triangular faces.

Copper sulphate (CuSO₄)

A compound of sulphur often used as a pesticide.

The First Hungarian automobile (1904)

Hungarian engineer János Csonka built his first automobiles for the Hungarian Postal Service.

Calvinist College of Debrecen (18th century)

One of the oldest schools in Hungary, where several renowned Hungarians studied.

Soldiers of the Hungarian War of Independence (1848–49)

The main participants in the battles of the Hungarian War of Independence were the Hungarian, the Imperial and the Russian soldiers.

Proline

One of the 20 amino acids that make up proteins. Its amino group and the 3rd carbon atom of the side chain form a ring.

Methyl formate (C₂H₄O₂)

The ester of formic acid and methanol, an aroma compound found in certain fruits.

Serine

One of the 20 amino acids that make up proteins.

Threonine

One of the 20 amino acids that make up proteins.

Histidine

One of the 20 amino acids that make up proteins.

Tyrosine

One of the 20 amino acids that make up proteins. It contains an aromatic ring as part of its side chain.

Rococo castle (Fertőd, Hungary)

The palace and park complex is Hungary´s grandest Rococo edifice, often called the ´Hungarian Versailles´.

Early Christian Necropolis, Cella trichora (Pécs, Hungary)

The Early Christian Necropolis in Pécs, Hungary is an outstanding historical site.

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