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Community centre - yard - planning Imre makovecz
Hungary

Kakasd name (in German Kockrsch), than parish name, first single Zsigmond from a king's age truth figures in a diploma, 1436. Presumable, that the settlement his name one Kokas name from a minor noble family last.

Makovecz Imre was ready according to his plans in 1986, the Kakasd community centre started being built up in 1987. The building operations lasted until 7 years, it was finished in 1994. The two towers and Dechandt Antal 200-ben was made ready his sculptural group symbolize the folks' peaceful cohabitation.

The community centre has two towers, the western one the Swabian, the the Székely tower makes it grow though. The former one shapes the aborigines' tower, the latter one the andrásfalvi quotes a church's tower.

The main entrance székely-gate put behind five, each other, that 5 bukovinai a settlement is symbolize: Andrásfalva (from where the Kakasd ones originate), Istensegíts, Hadikfalva, Józseffalva and Fogadjisten. There is a coffered ceiling within, with runic writing and Erdélyország (Transylvania)coats of arm.

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