Megközelíthető: E66 / 8 Apácatorna was named after River Torna. This is a word of Slavic origin, meaning thorn or prick. The village got its forename "Apáca" (meaning nun) because there used to be a nunnery near this settlement. The village used to belong to the Royal Castle Property. It was completely ruined in 1596 by the Tartar and Ottoman hordes. It was uninhabited between 1660 and 1753. In the year of 1753 it became an aristocratic village. Today's population is 234; 60% of the people are... tovább re retired. Apácatorna can be reached from the Budapest-Graz main road No.8. The monument of the village is the ruin of the church from the Árpád Era.
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