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Petöfi Sándor
(18231849)

Petöfi Sándor(18231849)

Hungarian poet and patriot. A failure as an actor, Petöfi became the author of exquisite lyrics. He composed the national poem Talpra Magyar (1848), and several epics, including Janos Vitez (1845, tr. 1866). His poetry served as inspiration to the patriots of the Hungarian revolution, in which he was killed.


Hungary, 1919, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1923, Statue of Petõfi

Hungary, 1923, John, the hero, on flying dragon

Hungary, 1923, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1923, Death of Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1923, Petõfi addressing the people

Hungary, 1947, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1948, Slogan of Petofi

Hungary, 1948, Slogan of Petofi

Hungary, 1948, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1949, Stamp with Petőfi

Hungary, 1949, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1949, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1949, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1950, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1950, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1950, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1952, Petõfi addressing the people

Hungary, 1971, Petofi Stamp of 1919

Hungary, 1972, Petõfi addressing the people

Hungary, 1972, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1972, Sándor Petõfi on horseback

Hungary, 1979, Janos and Dragon

Hungary, 1995, Janos

Hungary, 1998, Leaders of the Revolution

Hungary, 1998, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 2001, Janos Arany and Parliament

Marshall Islands, 2001, Janos and Dragon

Rumania, 1948, Sándor Petõfi

USSR, 1959, Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1948.03.15, Budapest. Sándor Petõfi

Hungary, 1972.12.30, Budapest. Sandor Petofi

Hungary, 1995.04.07, Budapest. Janos

Hungary, 2007.07.20, Hungarian postage stamps

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