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Townhal and Museum of Szentes, Hungary
Csongrád County

Szentes is located in the southern lowland region, in Csongrád county. The Tisza and Hármas-Kőrös rivers surround, the Kurca streamlet runs across the third most populous town of the county. (31.000 residents)

Szentes and its area are accessible on public road: on the M5 motorway from Budapest, on the E5 main road, then from the exit road of the motorway at Kiskunfélegyháza, on 451 road.

Szentes railway station is accessible from every direction (Budapest, Szeged, Orosháza) and people could continue their travel by train to other smaller towns of the area.

The Szentes Landing Place is suitable for the landing of excursion boats, power boats and rowing-boats. It is accessible via public roads, route 45- and 451 main roads.

http://www.szentes.hu/?page_id=820&lang=en

Copyright: Hans Molenkamp
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Hochgeladen: 25/05/2010
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