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A village of 2500 inhabitants, along the main road No. 63, 15 km north of Szekszárd. It was founded by István Bezerédj, an outstanding politician of the Reformed Period. Its name refers to the bramble trees planted here. This plant is the basis of breeding silk moths. The Cukor hill south-east of the village is a popular starting point for delta planistes and gliders. The pasture next to the hill is part of the Danube-Dráva National Park with rare plants. The Ős sárvíz ('moody water') in the north-east is also part of the National Park with a wonderful fishing paradise.

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