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2013-28-08- Ki volt a legnagyobb magyar?

August 20, 2013, the day of St. Stephen, Janos Ader President of the Republic in his speech Széchenyi István quoted: "One has every difficulty; but nothing is impossible. "It was the only quote from the speech. National Day of the presidents do not usually cause or from whom. It is no coincidence that a great patriot's words quoted by the Hungarian President, who was not only prudent politician - a liberal conservative - but industrialization urging countries and development statesman, who is well known in Europe and knew that Hungary would be able to get there, where European neighbors. But until very arduous road to.

I was not even in the Hungarian capital, which would not be Széchenyi tér, road or street. The ambassador's residence is also a street named after him, so I was curious about the authors' personal merits, and since my arrival. Once the Habsburg army as an officer took part in battles against Napoleon (1809-1825), Count István Széchenyi devoted his home life. It was a rich and productive life. Let me give you some examples from his actions - has such would be enough for someone to remember forever for posterity:

- In 1825, it offered one year's income in order to form the new from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

- Encouraged, megterveztette and personally directed the Danube and the Tisza river bed regulation. The centuries-old threat that the river flooding reported so changed a great opportunity, which the Hungarian products have turned to foreign goods traffic.

- Built the Chain Bridge, Budapest today is the most beautiful adornment, Castle Hill and across the tunnel. National Theatre is built.

book published in 1830, "Credit", which was a guide to the eradication of feudalism and industrial development of the country -.

- "Lovakrul 'book was not only served as the development of organized horse races - though undoubtedly helped the Hungarian equestrian sport - but also to livestock and horses drew attention to the importance of the economy.

He was a man of the 19th century, life is busy and active, full commitment labored countless areas. As a politician was a Habsburg, until 1848. You understand that the nation's independence necessary for progress, and this was only achievable through revolution. 45 years old when he takes Majesty the deceased friend's widow, the woman he loved for years. In the late 48's revolution in health deteriorated, idegszanatóriumba retired, but until his death, published a political letters and documents. The Austrian court turned against him the last years, and that the old countess in 1860 raised his own hand end of his life.
Resting place of the family's estate, Nagycenk, where his personality, which reflects the noble simplicity decorated castle park instead of a steam train railway is received - Fabrizio is I liked the most - because of the Széchenyi gőzhajtás and the train did exerted in instilling a lot.

The mausoleum's leading exhibition for audiovisual unit refers to the descendants of the Széchenyi family are living in some of Argentina.

Facing him news of his death all his life because of another great statesman, the more radical views of Kossuth Lajos Szechenyi called it "the greatest Hungarian". If political opponents characterized him that way, then I think nothing more to say.

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