List of Hungarian Contestants in International Beauty Pageants - Official Pageant Winners - Miss Earth

Miss Earth

These women are handpicked contestants:

  • 2001 Krisztina Kovacs
  • 2002 Eszter Toth
  • 2003 Aniko Szucs

These women wore the Miss Earth Hungary title:

  • 2008 Krisztina Polgar
  • 2009 Korinna Kocsis
  • 2010 Jennifer Kaló
  • 2011 Dóra Szabó
  • 2012 Alexandra Kocsis

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