Hungarian Tourism Council of Zakarpattya

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The Pretty Woman’s Hill

A picturesque hill stood out in relief for many centuries on the left bank of the Brook Verke, Vérke, in the area of the former Borsova County, at the edge of Borzhava, Borzsova. In the 1990s, due to incomprehensible reasons, the hill was destroyed, but local residents still reme...

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The Confluence of the Black Tysa and the White Tysa

The Black Tysa and the White Tysa are united at a place three kilometres away from Rakhiv, Rahó, at the crossroads leading to Bohdan, Tiszabogdány. Therefore thus place is called Tiszaköz (i.e., space between the Black Tysa and the White Tysa). The Black Tysa flows fr...

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Head of the Tysa River

The Chorna (Black) Tysa (Fekete-Tisza), head of the Tysa River, starts in the Maramarosh mountain group, in a mountain range near Medvedivtsi (Fagyalos) at 1265 metres above the sea level. In 1889 the water from the spring was lead through pipes several metres to the north to a stonewall hill-sid...

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Verecke Pass

It is one of the most outstanding places in the history of the Hungarian nation. It is through this pass that the majority of the Hungarian conquerors entered the Carpathian basin in 895. To commemorate the 1100thanniversary of the Hungarian conquest the work on creating the Hungarian ...

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 Lake Synevyr

Lake Synevyr

It is the largest natural lake in Transcarpathian region, 989 meters above sea level, situated in the National Park Synevyr. The lake situated on the top of the mount – the local people called this lake Sea Eye - area between 4 and 7 ha – the deepest point is 22-25m, the medium depth ...

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