Dömsöd lies right where the alkaline grasslands meet the once endless marshes of the River Danube. The atmosphere of the village is set by the peaceful magic of the Small Danube. Here, guests are always well received. The beach is ideal for both swimming and hiking. The centuries old tree standing here is known to have offered its shade to Sándor Petőfi on many occasions. The Memorial Museum dedicated to the great Hungarian poet exhibits literary memorabilia related to his stay in Dömsöd. A... tovább permanent selection from the works of painters Arany Bazsonyi ans Sándor Vecsési is also displayed. The Reformed church of the village was built in 1775. Its Zopf architectural style is internally adorned by Late Baroque furniture. The square in front of the church was one of the locations where the all-time favorite movie about Matthias the Gooseherd was shot in 1948. Annual events organized in Dömsöd include the Dömsöd Days, Fish – Water Day and International Europop Singing Festival.
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