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From content broadcast on November 8.

Who would have thought that a small village in the province of Fez had electric lighting older than Schönbrunn Castle? Thanks to the Batthyani family, Ekervar was well ahead of its time at the turn of the last century. Prime Minister Lajos Patihani spent his childhood here, where the first complete statue stands in the center of the village, pointing towards Vienna, but it is also where our country’s first hydroelectric power station was built, which is still in operation today. The village faithfully preserves its past and traditions, such as the custom of the Joseph Cup. What this is will be revealed in the show.

Location – Kossuth Rádió – Wednesday 8 November, at 11:05

Host: Judit Gergo
Editor: Dora Dyack

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