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Is it true that for nearly 70 years, up until 2012 a bridge in Budapest still had a 500kg on it ready to explode from WWII? Was Actor Bela Lugosi buried wearing his Dracula cape? Is it true that a typical Hungarian eats a pound of lard a week? Find the answers to these amazing facts and more here!
TRUE Fact #1: For nearly 70 years, up until 2012 a bridge in Budapest still had a 500kg on it ready to explode from WWII. TRUE Fact #2: Actor Bela Lugosi was buried wearing his Dracula cape. FALSE Fact #3: A typical Hungarian eats a pound of lard a week. FALSE Fact #4: A magical thermal spa whose water can heal kidney and bladder problems was built in Budapest. FALSE Fact #5: A Hungarian woman married her kidnapper in 1981. TRUE Fact #6: There are many reports of people screaming at pianist Franz Liszt as he performed to perform another piece of music. TRUE Fact #7: The Rubik's cube is a Hungarian invention TRUE Fact #8: It is said that touching the pen of the Anonymous statue, located in the courtyard of Vajdahunyad Castle, makes you a better writer. TRUE Fact #9: In 1960, A Hungarian played chess with 52 opponents, blindfolded, at one time and beat 31 of them. FALSE Fact #10: Albert Szent-Györgyi, the man who discovered vitamin C, was a psychic. TRUE Fact #11: Milán Baticz solved 4786 Rubik's cubes within 24 hours. FALSE Fact #12: In Budapest, there are two cellphones per person.