Hungary - Hungary Hungary became an independent Christian...

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Hungary Hungary became an independent Christian country on December 25, 1000. It began as a “bulwark” against Ottoman expansion in Europe and turned into a communist country that went through very hard transitions during WWI. They went in and out of many different types of government which made them very vulnerable during the war. Hungary now is a democracy with a president and parliament that are elected by the people. There are seven countries that border the landlocked country of Hungary. It sits in the middle of Europe among the countries of Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Austria, Croatia, Serbia, and Slovenia. Hungary has two rivers named the Duna River and the Tisza River that divide the country into three large regions with flat and rolling plains in between. Hungary has a temperate climate which causes the vast and never-ending plains between the two rivers. And living in Hungary there are over 9,930,000 people with the main percentage of that number being middle age adults. Hungary is under a parliamentary democracy, which means its run by the
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course GOVT 2302 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '08 term at Richland Community College.

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