The largest “Székely kapu” (Székely gate) of North-America has been erected in Ontario, Canada

Monday, September 16, 2013

Ornate gate marks Hungarian club’s 50th anniversary

By Brent Davis

CAMBRIDGE — It's an impressive nod to the past.

An intricate wooden gate, carved by hand in a tradition passed down through generations, graces the entrance to the Hungarian Canadian Club of Waterloo-Wellington on Kossuth Road.

It was erected this summer, the vision of longtime club member Jeno Ankucza and the product of donations from generous members eager to honour the club's 50th anniversary in 2012.

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