Hungarian ǀ Central European

Hungarians are also known as Magyars and primarily live in Hungary, a landlocked nation of Central Europe. There is also a sizable Hungarian population in Romania, Slovakia, Serbia, the United States, Canada and Israel


Photo: Zsa Zsa Gabor was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1917 and is known as an actress and a socialite who’s been married nine times. Photo is a 1959 publicity photo taken for Rogers & Cowan talent agents, via Wikimedia Commons. Source publication: ENFSI DNA WG STR Population Database v. 2. (

The Hungarian population data represent DNA samples from 224 randomly selected individuals from Hungary. STR frequencies were reported in the most recent European database release of the Working Group of the European Network of Forensic Institutes STRbase Project (frequencies).

For more details on the Hungarian population, see:

Facts about Hungary;
Wikipedia – Hungarians;
Hungarian Diaspora;
Zsa Zsa Gabor Biography;