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Hungary! One of the oldest countries in Europe, featuring one of the few non-Indo-European languages to be found on the continent, Hungary also possesses a vibrant haiku culture, and is the focus of this week’s Haikupedia entries. We begin with an overview of Hungarian haiku, and then learn about several of its key contributors: Tibor ZALÁN, András Ferenc Kovács, Judit Vihar, László BERTÓK, Gábor Terebess, Ágnes Gergely and Ferenc Bakos.
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