in Kisláng:   Sight

The village of 2,800 inhabitants is situated between Székesfehérvár and Lake Balaton. The village was founded in the territory of count János Zichy's manor by the inhabitants of the settlements of Mezőföld at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. It became an independent village in 1913 under the name Kisláng. It can easily be recognised by its regular streets intersected at right angles, designed by engineers. Its significant buildings include the Roman Catholic and the Calvinist churches built in 1910s, the kindergarten and school buildings, the restoration of which was finished in 2003. The school provides teaching of arts, too. Other sights include the monument of War World I outside the hall of the local council and the memorial place for the victims of World War II. The statue of poet Petőfi next to the regional museum was erected on the 100th anniversary of the revolution of 1848. The building of the regional museum and the exhibition have both preserved the personal articles and furnishings used by the peasants of Mezőföld.

Polgármesteri Hivatal, Kisláng
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