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Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county is in Northern Hungary.

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Map of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County

Western part[edit]

  1 Miskolc (Felsőzsolca, Alsózsolca, Nyékládháza, Onga, Emőd, Sajóbábony)
With the unique cave bath in Miskolctapolca, the third largest city in the coutry, near the Bükk hills
  2 Ózd (Borsodnádasd)
Main sights are located in the former iron works: the Ózd Museum Collection and Factory History Memorial Park, the Hungarian National Film Theme Park and the Digital Power Plant.
  3 Kazincbarcika (Sajószentpéter, Rudabánya)
Main sights are the Platthy Mansion and Damasa Gorge in Bánhorváti; ruins of Dédes Castle and Lázbérc Water Reservoir in Dédestapolcsány; Museum of Mining History, Rudapithecus Exhibition Site and Heritage House in Rudabánya; Blacksmith Shop, Gothic Reformed Church and Miners Memorial Park in Sajószentpéter.
  4 Mezőkövesd (Mezőkeresztes)
Spa with hot mineral water.
  5 Edelény (Szendrő)
Main sights are the beautiful early Baroque style L'Huillier-Coburg Palace and Borsod Heritage Museum in Edelény; Treasure House, Blue Painter's House, School History Exhibition in Szendrő; Ruins of Pauline Church and Monastery in Martonyi; World's Largest Book in Szinpetri; Ruins of Szádvár in Szögliget; medieval Roman Catholic Church in Tornaszentandrás.
  6 Putnok
Main sight is the Baradla Cave in Aggtelek and Jósvafő with beautiful drip stones and stalagmites, which is part of WV-Unesco-icon-small.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other sights include the Gömör Museum and Serényi Mansion in Putnok; Ethnographic Collection and Small Gallery in Gömörszőlős; Heritage House, Hubert Kessler Memorial House, Tarn and Hucul Herd in Jósvafő; Mihály Tompa Memorial House, Mohos House and the Gothic reformed church in Kelemér; Bálint Balassi Memorial Exhibition and Balassa Mansion in Ragály.

Eastern part[edit]

  7 Sátoraljaújhely (Pálháza)
Main sights are the Ferenc Kazinczy Museum, Prison Museum, Museum of Hungarian Language, Town Hall, Saint Stephen Church, Pauline-Piarist Church and Monastery, Ferenc Kazinczy Memorial Hall, Zemplén Adventure Park. In the surroundings: Romanesque Church in Felsőregmec, Castle of Füzér, Heritage Museum in Füzér, Károlyi Palace in Füzérradvány, Porcelain Museum in Hollóháza, Forest Railway in Pálháza.
  8 Sárospatak (Cigánd)
Main sights are the Castle of Sárospatak (Rákóczi Museum) and the Scientific Collections of Sárospatak Reformed College. Other sights: Gallery, Basilica, Trinitarian Monastery, Végardó Bath, Tarn on Megyer Hill. In the surroundings: Romanesque Church in Bodrogolaszi, Bodrogköz Museum in Cigánd, Rusyn Heritage Museum in Komlóska, Synagogue Memorial Place in Olaszliszka, Mágóchy-Alaghy-Sennyei Mansion in Pácin, Ethnographic Exhibition Site in Sárazsadány, Wine Museum in Tolcsva.
  9 Szerencs
Home of the Rákóczi Castle.
  10 Encs (Szikszó)
Main sights are the Fáy Mansion in Fáj, Rákóczi Mansion in Felsővadász, medieval Reformed churches in Rásonysápberencs and Szikszó.
  11 Tokaj
A famous wine town producing high quality white wines.
  12 Gönc (Abaújszántó)
Main sights are the Castle of Boldogkő, Castle of Regéc; Hussite House and Gáspár Károlyi Bible Exhibition in Gönc; Bible Visitor Centre and medieval Reformed Church in Vizsoly.

Tiszaújváros and Mezőcsát are described in the Lake Tisza article.

Other destinations[edit]

  • 1 Lillafüred – Palace Hotel with forest train, park and lake - surrounded by romantic hills
  • 2 Tokaj-Hegyalja. Tokaj wine region (Q828125) on Wikidata Tokaj wine region on Wikipedia — historic wine region

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