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Budapest

capital city of Hungary

77km

47.490819.081

Piešťany

town in Slovakia

122km

48.617.8333

Trnava

city in Slovakia

127km

48.377517.588333
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Tác

village in Hungary

9.2km

47.0793318.40509

Pákozd

village in Hungary

14km

47.2211218.54493

Sukoró

village in Hungary

20km

47.2408618.60096

Pannonhalma Archabbey

Hungarian archabbey built in 996

77km

47.5527777817.76111111

Pannonhalma

town in Hungary

78km

47.546817.74992

Lake Balaton

freshwater lake in Hungary

80km

46.8333333317.73333333

Orfű

village in Hungary

86km

46.1382318.15542

Mosque of Pasha Qasim

Built on site and from the stones of Saint Berthold’s gothic church by Pasha Quasim the Victorious, the Turkish character of the church was restored during the most recent, early 1940s renovations. Inside the building, which functions as a Catholic church, frescoes depicting quotes from the Qur’an from the 16th century are visible. The other mosque in the city, built by Yakovali Hassan, is in Kórház Square at the western terminus of the main pedestrian street, and is also open for visit when not in religious use by the city’s Muslim community.

88km

46.0769444418.22805556

Mecsek

mountain range

91km

46.118.08333333

Mohács

town in Baranya county, Hungary

96km

45.9959318.67985

Villány

town in Hungary

101km

45.8695118.45562

Hévíz

town in Hungary

140km

46.7923417.18497

Hollókő

municipality of Hungary

144km

4819.6

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Székesfehérvár

Hungary
Székesfehérvár is the largest city and county seat of Fejér county, Hungary. It's roughly 60 km southwest of Budapest, and is considered Hungary's first, as this was the royal seat of King Szent István. Though most of the medieval city was destroyed by the Turks, it was rebuilt to glory under Maria Theresa Habsburg. The city is between Lake Velence and Lake Balaton, making it an ideal stop-off between the two.

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