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The Republic of Hungary occupies an area of 93, 030 square kilometers, where 10 million people live.

It officially became member of the European Union on May 1, 2004.

According to International Living’s Quality of Life index, Hungary was ranked 20th worldwide–out of 194 countries, and 6th in an environmental protection index. It was also in the list of the 15 most popular tourist destinations in the world.

The largest thermal water cave system, the second largest thermal lake in the world and the largest natural grasslands in Europe are located there.

In recent years, Hungary has been investing in luxury vehicle production, renewable energy systems, tourism and information technology.

Currently. The Hungarian currency is the forint—first introduced in 1946. In order to replace it with the euro, however, Hungary needs to fulfill certain criteria first.

Today’s Euro to Forint exchange rate

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