Accessible: M1 This picturesque little town is rightly regarded as the „Western Gate of Budapest”. It became its name from the conqueror Hungarian chieftain Örs. Between the old highway and the freeway you can see the “Turkish Jump”, which serves the memories of the Turks’ expulsion from Buda. After a legend caused this prone hiatus the fall of the Turks, who were chased by Hungarians. After the expulsion of the Turks the devastated town was by the family Zichy with Germans repopulated. The... tovább Riedl Ferenc Local Historian Collection guards their memories. And if you visit the museum, the excursion is worth to expand with a short walk, which goal should be the Golgota statue group, which was made in the 18-19th century.
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