The arriving Hungarians were quick to settle in this particular region. The county was named after Borsod, naw part of Edelény, as early as the 10th and 11th centuries. A part of the ramparts and the wooden defences have been reconstructed, making in the most significant earthwokr in the country today. The L'Huillier-Coburg Palace in Edelény, one of the biggest and most important Baroque buildings in Hungary. The Borsoder Peasant Cottage is not only a fine building but a pleasant exhibiting... tovább space.l
Suggested walking tours: 1. The Calvinist church, a monument of late Gothic architecture, was built in the 14th century. 2. The Coburg-L´Huillier Palace was built in the years 1727-29, it is one of the largest (7,710 m2, 106 rooms) uniform early baroque palaces with valuable frescoes. This admirable edifice awaits an investor, it can be visited only with a special licence. 3. Another sight worthy of note is the House of Regional Traditions of Borsod with exhibitions of excavation finds from the Borsod earthwork and of relics of peasant life between the two World Wars.
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