The very first data driven project that I have worked on. It started as a university course project. Turned out to be too good of a topic that Attila suggested expanding it, which resulted in this. It was published for the 100-year anniversary of the Trianon Treaty, when the Hungarian borders were redrawn, resulting in a lot of Hungarian-populated areas not to be part of the country anymore. As a result, Hungary started renaming their existing streets – and naming their new ones – after areas (mostly towns or cities) that once were part of the country. Here, we visualized just these streets, color-coding them by the country that those places belong to today.
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Published on 3rd June 2020.