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Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county is in Northern Great Plain.
|1 Nyíregyháza (Újfehértó, Nyírtelek, Rakamaz)|
A medium-sized city with a busy water resort, museum village, and annual autumn festival.
|2 Kisvárda (Dombrád, Ajak)|
|3 Tiszavasvári (Tiszalök)|
|4 Nagykálló (Balkány)|
|5 Ibrány (Nagyhalász)|
|6 Kemecse (Demecser)|
|7 Záhony (Mándok)|
Sights include the Lónyay Mansion and Reformed Church in Tuzsér.
|8 Mátészalka (Nagyecsed, Vaja)|
A small town famous for it's early 20th century Jewish history and it's vibrant flea-market in modern times.
|9 Nyírbátor (Nyírlugos, Máriapócs)|
|10 Vásárosnamény (Nyírmada)|
|11 Fehérgyarmat |
|12 Csenger |
Sights include the Local History Museum and the Reformed Church.
|13 Baktalórántháza |
- 1 Nyírtass (Take the train to Nyíregyháza or Kisvárda, then you can get to Nyírtass with a rented car in about 45 minutes.). The historic birthplace of the Tosh sect of Hassidism started by the Rabbi Meshulam Feish Segal-Loewy of Tosh. The Jewish cemetery has the crypts of the Tosh "csoda-rebbi" (miracle rabbi). It is customary to write one's name, and family member's names on a piece of paper so that good fortune may be granted to you. There is an effort to revive the Jewish presence in this former "shtetle", on Ady Endre út, which is one block away from the cemetery. On Tass Vasar u. It is the place of the "Gertel" of the tosher rabbis. There is a statue of Kossuth Lajos on a horse, near the local "Söröző" (beer hall). Take in the traditional architecture of the homes, the way people dress, and the lack of technology. The Roman Catholic Church. The Greek Catholic Church. The primary school which is connected to the castle. The mayor's office. The Millennium Park with the statue of Tas, one of the leaders of early Hungarian tribes. (Nyírtass was named after him).