Village with 2,200 inhabitants 36 kms from Miskolc, in the Zemplén mountains. It can be found at the Mád branch of road No. 37 before Abaújszántó. Records about the village can be found from the 1200s. Lajos Kossuth was baptized in the Lutheran church of Tállya. The Mailloth castle was built at the beginning of the 1700s in Baroque style, at present it houses the permanent exhibition of the Central European colony of artists. The Catholic church was built in the 15th century. 4 Baroque altars, the high altar and Maulbertsch' painting 'Saint Wenceslaus' birth can be seen here. The village used to be the property of the Rákóczi family. The Rákóczi mansion was built in the 1670s. The Calvinist church is from the 1700s. Other sights: György Encsy' stone collection, Emil Hézser's, geographer, memorial tablet on the parsonage, János Lavotta's memorial place in the Catholic church, the obelisk erected in memory of the Treaty of Trianon, Dr. Gyula Szabó Bártfai' statue. (He was the rescuer of the vineyards of Hegyalja.) Several famous families had estates in Tállya: Zsuzsanna Lorántffy, the Szirmay family, Görgey, the Lippóczys.

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