One day we visited this little village in the south east of Hungary. It is a Romanian village and the children are taught in Romanian language at school.
(I don’t think the Hungarian children in Romania are taught i their own language.)
There is a EU project goung on in the village – we thought it was perhaps about renovating cultural buildings.
Here is a cute little catholic church. It was open so we entered.
Isn’t it awesome! I am sure it is very old and very well cared about.
We also went to Békéscsaba market.
There we had a lángos where they make the world’s best!
They also have the best garlic here so I put a lot on my Lángos.
Today we came back to Budapest from our trip to the south east of Hungary. We also visited Gyula close to Romania.
A have more than 200 pictures from our trip so there are more to see later :)