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A large village of 8,005 inhabitants at the end of the tongues of the Gödöllő hills, 40 km south-east of Budapest. The national motorway No. 31 and the Budapest-Újszász-Szolnok railway line cross the settlement. Sights of the large village: the Catholic church (built in 1498), the baroque Sőtér mansion (1750), the Grassalkovich hunting lodge (where the poet, Sándor Petőfi stayed for some time, too), the Holy Trinity sculpture and the sculpture of Saint John of Nepomuk. The life-size statue of Saint Stephen on Szent István square was unveiled on 20th August on the feast of the dedication of the millenary flag. The statue of the Girl holding a peacock can be found there, too. Another interesting sight is the prayer house of the Pentecostal Church and the monument erected by the Society of Fiume Studies. It was set up in commemoration of the 149 Italians who died here in the internment camp. A monument was erected here in memory of actor Ádám Szirtes, too. Sülysáp is situated in wonderful environment. The history of the village is shown in the Village Museum.

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