In 2002, members of the IBRG
visited the disputed Danubian riverside territory of Karapandza [marked ”K” on the right-hand map] in search of the HRHUYU tripoint, i.e. the place where Croatia, Hungary and [the then rump-] Yugoslavia meet.
Walking towards the south-east from the Hungarian village of Hoduna, we soon came to a Hungarian border marker [the violet arrow on the map] shown in Photo One. The local Hungarian
border guard could not tell us whether this was the Hungarian border with Croatia or with Yugoslavia.