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Great Hungarian Plain

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Great Hungarian Plain (Hungarian: Alföld) is a region in Hungary.

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  • Debrecen — the second largest city in the country
  • Kecskemét — a town famous for its vibrant music scene, plum brandy, and Art Nouveau architecture
  • Nyíregyháza — a medium-sized city with a busy water resort, museum village, and annual autumn festival
  • Mátészalka — a small town famous for it's early 20th century Jewish history and it's vibrant flea-market in modern times
  • Nyírtass — a small village
  • Szeged — the sunniest city in Hungary

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  • Hortobagy National Park. After being established in 1973, this park boasts natural and untouched scenery - alkaline grasslands, meadows, and wetlands. Aside from discovering what the Hungarian landscape has to offer, you are sure to learn about the rich agricultural techniques and history of the Great Plain "Zone" of the Republic of Hungary.  edit

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