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Carpenters build Hungarian village on DC Mall

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A team of carpenters has turned part of the National Mall into a traditional Hungarian village for the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. An award-winning Hungarian architect designed the buildings for this year's "Hungarian Roots to Revival" program, combining features from traditional Hungarian styles and more modern American structures. A 14th-generation family furniture-maker...

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