Where Hungarians and Romanians live side by side, sometimes peacefully, sometimes not by Ella Veres Since I’ve been studying in Budapest, my 7-year-old son Alex has started to forget his Romanian, so I took him back for a while to visit his grandparents in Zalau (Zilah), a small town in northwest Transylvania, by way of […]

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