Just 18 km from the national capital lays Dunaharaszti, a settlement best known for its oxbow lakes, a real water fowl sanctuary. Both the neighboring minings lakes and the River Danube offer water sports opportunities. Built by the Földváry family in the 19th century, the classicist castle of the town is a mansion typical of the Hungarian Great Plain. Today, it houses the Mayor’s Office. Standing by the Main Road and named sfter St. Stephen, the Roman Catholic church celebrated the 100th... tovább aniversary of its consecration in 2004.The church yard is adorned by a statue of St. John of Nepomuk, the patron saint of Dunaharaszti. The Local History Memorial Collection offers the visitor an insight into the past and traditions of the settlement. When walking in town, Baktay Gallery of Contemporary Fine Arts should certainly be visited.
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