Kiszombor lays 5 km far from Makó, on the left bank of the Maros river. This is the richest village in ancient monuments and buidings in the area. In the middle ages the village belonged to the Csanád genus. Kiszombor's main square is a national monument, especially the Rotunda is a wellknown building in Hungary and in Europe. It was built in 13.century and it is laced with murals from the 13-14. century.
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