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The village of 1,467 inhabitants is situated at the foot of the Bakony, it is crossed by the brooklet Sósos. It belongs to the territory of the Landscape Protection Area of Pannonhalma. It was the property of the abbey of Pannonhalma as early as the age of Árpád. The village was given its name in 1240 originating from Thuno. Its Roman Catholic Visitation of Our Lady church was built in 1753. The baroque church was rebuilt in Romantic style in 1886. Its high and side altars are neo-Gothic, the altarpiece was painted by A. Fölsch in 1886. It has a carved baptistry. Next to the church on the left you can see a baroque sandstone statue (1780) on the right – a stone cross. A folk dwelling house (1789) (a monument), which has served as a house of regional traditions since 1975. In the upper part of the cemetery, on a small hill you can find a World War I memorial cross on a wide stone foundation. A belfry can also be found in the cemetery. Houses of regional traditions in the Sokoró region: a row building with an adobe chimney with a cross beam dated 1789. Its furnishings reflect the life of the cottars in the second half of the 19th century. Its earthenware oven was rebuilt traditionally, in the larder you can see a large loom. The neat and spectacular exhibition made from the collection of János Xantus Museum from Tényő in 1975 preserves the life and memories of the grandparents.

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