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    The crown jewel of Mureș county, Szovátafürdő

    Szováta lies in a beautiful forest setting. In just 150 years, the small village has become a world-famous holiday resort and the central town of the Transylvanian Salt Country, thanks to its natural salt lakes. The largest of these is the Lake Ursu, situated in the valley floor. It is the largest in the world and the only heliothermal lake in Europe. In our latest article, we take a look at the spa culture of Lake Ursu (Bear Lake) in Szováta.

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    Once there was an Angster Organ Factory

    The organ is the largest and most complicated instrument, with a centuries-old tradition of construction, and the most famous Hungarian organ-building company was founded by the son of a village farmer, József Angster. Born on 7 July 1834, 190 years ago, in our latest selection we pay tribute to him.

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    The bath culture of Sikonda

    Sikonda is administratively part of Komló, and like almost everything else in Komló, the history of the spa in Sikonda is linked to the mining industry. It was during the exploration for coal that lead to the discovery of the 38-degree thermal spring, which was later declared a spa. Thanks to this, Sikonda became an important tourist destination within a few years.

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    Olympic Tales

    Olympics will be here soon. For many of us it is pure excitement, baggy eyes and daily routine timed to the Hungarian team’s appearance. It is an event that sticks people in front of the telly, even those who are not real sport fans. You can browse among Olympic badges and stamps issued in the honour of our winners. Besides that, you can see the Olympic relics and medals of gymnast Olga Törös, fencer Zoltán Horváth and Áron Szilágyi and wrestler István Majoros.

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    The 95th Festive Book Week has opened

    Festive Book Week seems to have been invented to help book lovers stock up their private libraries, in any number of ways. The uninterrupted popularity of the Festive Book Week may not need explaining, but little is said about its creator, so in our latest selection you can read about Géza Supka and the birth of the Festive Book Week.

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