National Geographic : 1932 Jun
t,) rational jeograpnic society THEIR COSTUMES REFLECT PROXIMITY OF THE YUGOSLAVIAN BORDER Styles and color combinations vary in different parts of the country and sometimes indicate a racial difference. Although residents of the south Hungarian town of Mohacs, the women are Serbians. Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand THE "NATIONAL" SEASONING FINDS AREADY SALE Paprika, a powder made from the dried fruit of red peppers widely grown on the farms of Hungary, appears on almost every table. Itis cheap and plentiful.