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The Perényi Mansion in Vinohradiv

<p>The Perényi mansion in Vinohradiv, Nagyszőlős is the most famous building in the former Ugocsa county. Its origin dates back to the middle of the 16<sup>th</sup> century. Originally, it was a single-story building decorated with four corner towers. When reconstr...

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The Narrow-Gauge Railway of the Borzhava Valley

Decades ago, this region was rightly called the kingdom of narrow-gauge railways. They were built one after the other in the bigger river valleys of the Uzh, Ung, the Latorytsia, Latorca  and the Borzhava, Borzsa at the end of the 19th and at the beginning of the 20...

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The Fedák Mansion in Berehove

Numerous anecdotes have emerged about the life of Sári Fedák, who was a popular prima donna of the beginning of the 20th century. One of them says that by playing cards the actress won the money on which in the end her father built the new family home. However, the truth ...

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The Dovhe Castle

The local legend says that the ruins of a previous castle were used when building a residence here in the 17th century on the order of the landlord of the area, György Dolhay. When the Dolhay family died out in 1712, the estate was taken over by László Teleki, Lord Lieutenant o...

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The Schönborn Residence in Karpaty

After the Rákóczi War of Independence that ended in a defeat, the Austrian court confiscated the enormous estates of the prince found in our region and presented them to the family Count Schönborn in 1726 who built their imposing hunting lodge here between 1890-1895. The buildi...

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Military Cemetery in Berehove

Seventeen days before the Soviet army occupied Berehove, Beregszász, the town was bombed. A military train on a side-track of the railway station was hit. Over 90 wounded Hungarian soldiers were killed here. Many civilians were also victims of the bomb attack. The ninth of October has...

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The Veretske Pass, Hungarian Military Cemetery

The narrow path leading to the Veretske, Verecke pass from Pidhoriany, Őrhegyalja, Podhering near Mukachevo, Munkács through the Latorytsia, Latorca valley (this is an important venue of the biggest undertaking of the Hungarians so far – the settlement of th...

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The Building of the Salt Office in Vylok

For many centuries, until the construction of the railway lines, waterways were of great importance in this area. On the Tysa, Tisza winding in the vicinity, wood, salt, fresh and dried fruit were transported to the Great Plain. In order to control the trade, in 1417 a building for the salt ...

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The Turul Monument in Vylok

Rákóczi’s army defeated the Austrian troops in a heroic battle near Vylok, Tiszaújlak on 14 July, 1703. In memory of the first victorious battle of the Kuruc, a memorial column was erected on an artificially raised hill, which was raised from the 38 counties of Hun...

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The memorial column of Podhering (Pidhoriany) near Mukachevo

During the 1848-49 HungarianWar of Independence, the only major battle in our region was in Pidhoriany near Mukachevo. An article written in 1888 by the former artilleryman, József Lévay is the first piece of evidence about the plan to place a memorial column in the place of the bat...

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