an attractive town about 100 km. south of Budapest.
by rail. The town is an important railway junction and
a popular cattle-market. Many Roman and other ancient
relics have been dug up in the town and sorrounding
area. In the 17th century the town was completely destroyed
by the Turks, and it was not resettled and rebuilt till
1743. The surrounding country is covered with vineyards,
fruit gardens, and tobacco and corn fields. Kiskunfélegyháza
has many nice buildings and other attractions, including
town hall, a large modern Roman Catholic parish church.
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