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Ivad

                                               

Kerekharaszt

                                               

Kisfuzes

                                               

Matrafured

Matrafured is a village located in an outer part of Gyongyos in Heves county, Hungary in the southern part of the Matra mountain range. It can be found by travelling on the road 24, which crosses the commune. It has a population of 981.

                                               

Matrahaza

Matrahaza is a village in the suburbs of Gyongyos in Heves County, in northern Hungary. It is a summer and winter resort in the Matra, which is a mountain range in Heves county. It best found by travelling on the road 24, which crosses the commun ...

                                               

Mezoszemere

                                               

Mezotarkany

                                               

Mikofalva

                                               

Nagykokenyes

                                               

Nagyut

                                               

Ostoros

                                               

Pely

                                               

Rozsaszentmarton

                                               

Sarud

                                               

Szajla

                                               

Szentdomonkos

                                               

Szihalom

                                               

Tarnabod

                                               

Tarnalelesz

                                               

Tarnamera

                                               

Tarnaors

                                               

Tarnazsadany

                                               

Terpes

                                               

Tiszanana

                                               

Tofalu

                                               

ujlorincfalva

                                               

Varaszo

                                               

Zagyvaszanto

The settlements name is first mentioned in 1290 in a diploma, in which it is called Zantho which is the equivalent of szanto. During the Ottoman-Hungarian wars the region was depopulated. In the middle of the 1900s the population started to rise ...

                                               

Zarank

                                               

Kisujszallas

The current mayor of Kisujszallas is Istvan Kecze Fidesz-KDNP-Nagykun Civilian Circle. The local Municipal Assembly, elected at the 2019 local government elections, is made up of 11 members 1 Mayor, 8 Individual constituencies MEPs and 3 Compensa ...

                                               

Kunmadaras

The first written record of the existence of the village is from 1393. According to it Sigismund gave this area to the possession of Gyorgy Madaras, that is where the name comes from. During the Ottoman occupation the village was destroyed. In th ...

                                               

Ocsod

                                               

Tiszakurt

It covers an area of 28.37 km 2 11 sq mi and has a population of 1416 people 2015. Ethnic affiliation of the population of the locality in 2001: Hungarian: 95.1%; Gipsy, Romany: 0.4%; unknown, did not wish to answer: 4.7% Religious denomination o ...

                                               

Tiszaroff

More than three hundred years ago Tiszaroff was located to the North about 3 km 2 mi from the present location. Its church building was made of "weaved rod and mud" called "patics". It had been repaired in 1713. Because of the flood of the Tisza ...

                                               

Acs

Acs is located in Komarom District on the eastern side of the Little Hungarian Plain near where the Conco River enters the Danube. It is below the Barsonyosi Hills, at the point where the Szekes joins the Conco, three kilometer south of the Danub ...

                                               

Mocsa

The village has existed for at least 770 years; it is first mentioned in 1237-1240 under the name of Mocha in the notes of Albeus, dean of Nitra, who had been asked by Bela IV of Hungary to catalogue the territories of the villages in the area. D ...

                                               

Domos

                                               

Horpacs

Horpacs is located 67 km 42 mi north of Budapest. Leave E77 European main road at Borsosbereny as the closest approximation. The village is situated in a valley between gently sloping hills. It is about 15 km 9 mi southwest of Balassagyarmat.

                                               

Karancsbereny

                                               

Markhaza

Markhaza is a village in Nograd County, Hungary. It is located 15 kilometers from Salgotarjan in the Kis Zagyva Valley. The village is believed to have been named after Mark, the son of one of the owners of Feherko Castle. It was first mentioned ...

                                               

Notincs

Notincs, a pictorial locality looking back on a thousand-year old history is in Nograd county, Hungary. The village is located 51 km north of Budapest near the European route E77, halfway between Vac and Balassagyarmat. Notincs is seated at the b ...

                                               

Palotas, Hungary

                                               

Rakoczibanya

                                               

Retsag

Retsag is located 55 km 34 mi north of Budapest on the E77 European main road, halfway between Vac and Balassagyarmat. The town is seated at the border of Cserhat and Borzsony hills. Its location determines the function of the town.

                                               

Rimoc

                                               

Szecsenke

                                               

Szecseny

The valley of the Ipoly and especially the area of that around Szecseny was inhabited even in the prehistoric age. Findings attest that the region was peopled from the Neolithic period. Teutons, Avars, and Slavs appeared here in the first millenn ...

                                               

Szecsenyfelfalu

                                               

Tereny

Tereny was first mentioned as Teryan on a diploma during the Arpad dynasty, in 1274. During the Middle Ages, Tereny was referred to as Vasaros-Terjen having a fair on certificates and had the privileges of a city.

                                               

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