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Hodmezovasarhely

Hodmezovasarhely (Hódmezővásárhely) was place lived in in the prehistoric age already. In the city's border almost six thousand year diagnosis bands were revealed.

The village and his neighbourhood became depopulated totally quasi on the time of the Turkish foreign occupation, the slow one began after the Turkish's expulsion only relocating back. The city and his neighbourhood were the Károly family's possessions in the 1700 years.

Hodmezovasarhely (Hódmezővásárhely) a city with a rurban character, the settlement with a big border expanded it is surrounded by system of farms.

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