Inauguration of Indonesian Restaurant "Garuda Indonez Etterem" in Gyula on 30 September 2011.

06 Oktober, 2011

As an effort to promote Indonesian culinary to the people of Hungary, on October 30, 2011, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to the Republic of Hungary and the Republic of Macedonia, H.E. Mr. Maruli Tua Sagala has inaugurated the opening of Indonesian restaurant namely "Garuda Indonez Etterem" in Gyula, a city in Bekes county in South-eastern Hungary located around 234 km from Budapest. It lies close to the border with Romania, on the river Feher-Keres.


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