Extra! Extra! Hungary Has Almost No People Living In Poverty!!
According to the November 24, 2005 edition of The Economist magazine, Hungary has almost no people living in poverty. [See entry below.] Budapest, with a population of 1,734,083, is the sixth largest city in the European Union, according to its 2003 population estimate. If Ukraine joins the European Union, its capital Kyiv will be the fourth largest city in the E.U. The U.N. estimates the population of Minsk, Belarus to be about equal to that of Budapest
The Romans occupied the region of Budapest over 1,900 years ago. See Aquincum Óbuda.
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