Tác is one of the most known settlements in Hungary. It has 1,595 inhabitants, its size is 45 square metres. Its reputation is due to one of the largest open air museums from the Roman period in the country. The sandy plain of Sárrét has preserved the culture of 2,000 years. 46 findspots were registered in its vicinity: one of the most important sites: the Gorsium from the Roman period, east of the village. Conquering the eastern part of Transdanubia the Romans established a military camp at the crossing place on the Sárvíz around 46-49 A.D. The town - the centre of the provincial diet and the emperor worship - was founded on the site of the fortress at the beginnning of the 2th century. Due to the excavations since 1958 one of the largest archeological parks of the Danube region has been founded with town walls, forum, sanctuaries and halls and churches of a sanctum. Tác, itself, was formed on the right bank of the Sárvíz in the middle of the 17th century. The village was owned by the Zichy family. The municipality has a large, 59 hectare estate on the confines of Gorsium. Arrangements for the use for tourist purposes have already been made. The village awaits investors, who would make a new internationally significant sight on this picturesque land for the tourists arriving to see the Gorsium.

Polgármesteri Hivatal, Tác
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