The arrival of Hungarian refugees in the 1950s reinvigorated the local community and led to the establishment of clubs in the major cities, where people could gather to share language and culture. These Wellington immigrants listen to the violin, an instrument often used in traditional Hungarian folk music.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
Private collection, Klára Szentirmay
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