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Heves county is in Northern Hungary.


Map of Heves County

  1 Eger (Verpelét)
Main sights: Dobo Square and the Castle of Eger, Eger Basilica, Archbishop's Palace, Eger minaret, Esterhazy Karoly College or Liceum, Bishop's Garden, Valley of the Beautiful Women. Also don't miss wines, especially Bull's Blood (Bikavér).
  2 Gyöngyös (Gyöngyöspata)
Orczy castle and landscape park, Matra Smallgauge Train, Lake Saint Anne, Mud Mountain, Kékestető. City of vines.
  3 Hatvan Hatvan on Wikipedia (Lőrinci)
  4 Bélapátfalva Bélapátfalva on Wikipedia
  5 Pétervására Pétervására on Wikipedia

Heves and Füzesabony are described in the Lake Tisza article.

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  • 1 Szilvásvárad and area. Erdődy-Pallavicini Palace, Lipizzaner stud of Szilvásvárad, Veil Water Falls, Szalajka Creek Valley, Forest Railway of Szilvásvárad and Cave of Istállóskő
Bélapátfalva, Cistercian Abbey Church
  • 2 Belapatfalva (Bélapátfalva). Cistercian Abbey Church (Romanesque style)
  • 3 Egerszalok. a Heat water source, Egerszalók-Lake
  • 4 Feldebro (Feldebrő). Romanesque lower church with crypt, in 11th century
  • 5 Felsotarkany (Felsőtárkány). State Forest Railway and Lake of Felsőtárkány
Palacehotel, Sasvár
  • 6 Hatvan. Grassalkovich Palace
  • 7 Kisnána. Castle ruins
  • 8 Matraderecske (Mátraderecske). Castle Kanázs
  • 9 Matrafured (Mátrafüred). Kozmáry Lookout, Reed lake
  • 10 Noszvaj. De la Motte Palace
  • 11 Parad (Parád). the park of the Spa, Helena Valley Falls
  • 12 Recsk. National Memorial Park, Horse chestnut row
  • 13 Sirok. Castle
  • 14 Szarvaskő. Castle ruin




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