Nothing signifies summer more than ice cream. Generations of Hungarians have beaten a path to their nearest shop, van or fridge on wheels for their instant frozen treat. The flavours may have changed, the presentation, too, but as this picture gallery gleaned from the communal photo archive Fortepan shows, the pleasures remain the same.
Poured from a German-made Linde machine, served beneath retro neon or used as a prop in a photo shoot of pop stars, ice cream has been an essential part of the Hungarian summer for generations. Take a look at these Fortepan images to see how locals have enjoyed their frozen delights down the decades.