Szabadka


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Szabadka

(ˈsɔbɔtkɔ)
n
(Placename) the Hungarian name for Subotica
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Following the South African performance, the Szabadka Dance Group from Hungary also wowed the crowd with their vivid costumes, traditional moves and captivating tones.
Following the South African performance, 'The Szabadka Dance Group' from Hungary took centre-stage with their vivid costumes to display some traditional moves on captivating tones.
Csath, alias Jozsef Brenner, was born and grew up in Szabadka, which was a cultural center in Hungary's southern part called Vajdasag--today Vojvodina, Serbia (Szajbely, 1989).
At the BCDF it was presented in collaboration with Szabadka (Subotica) People's Theatre, a Hungarian-Serbian company.
The Somogyi Library (Szeged) has a very interesting connection with a library in Szabadka (Slovenia), with whom they exchange programs, concerts and exhibitions.
In one of her surveys we learn that after war broke out between Serbs and Croats, most Hungarian actors in such cities as Ujvidek (Novi Sad) and Szabadka (Subotica) fled or went into hiding, presumably to avoid being drafted into the Serbian army.
March 29, 1885, Szabadka, Hung., Austria-Hungary--d.