Town with almost 14,000 inhabitants 23 km from Budapest, in one of the valleys of Gödöllő hill-country. It is a settlement founded in Árpád´s age, first mentioned in documents in 1375. The Roman Catholic church was built in the 18th century, in the style of the age of Louis XVI. in France, with a Golgotha statue of baroque style in the garden. The village is also decorated with the statue called "Mother" made by the famous sculptor, Pál Kő. There are ponds suitable for bathing and angling in the neighbourhood of the village. Park of statues in the vicinity of the ponds with the works of the Japanese sculptor, Mitsui Sen. A warm-water medicinal bath awaits visitors during the whole year. A swimming pool is available for visitors in the territory of the elementary school opened in the evenings on weekdays and all day at weekends. Sights of the village include the Bears´ and Wolves´ Home with 42 bears and 20 wolves, located in natural environment in Külső-Patak Street.

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