What happened today in Hungary? – December 8, 2021
Top news from today:
top international #restaurants in #Budapest, #Christmas market received recognition, #Hungarian rock legend dies in COVID.
In the previous part, we showed you the best Greek, American, and Chinese restaurants. This time, travel with us to Japan, Italy, or even Mexico. Discover the best international restaurants in Budapest! Read more HERE
Budapest crowned as the 9th best Christmas market in Europe!
Omega reported on their Facebook page that János Kóbor, a well-known Hungarian rock legend has died at the age of 79. He held both a Kossuth Prize and a Liszt Ferenc Prize, the highest order of music awards in Hungary. He died in COVID after he refused to accept the vaccine, details HERE
Facebook categorised as banned content the old Hungarian tongue-twister: “Az ibafai papnak fapipája” (in English ‘The priest of Ibafa has a paper pipe’). The algorithm probably did so because it thought the twister was advertising tobacco products. The band performing the relevant song would have filed a complaint to the tech giant. However, they found nobody to turn – read more HERE
A scandal was video recorded on tram 47 in Budapest. An old woman made comments about a child wearing a mask on public transport and criticized the mother. Passengers expressed their opinions as well, and the situation quickly turned into an aggressive argument.
Budapest is the 7th most visually-appealing city in the world, find out HERE why