Isaszeg

Isaszeg is a town in Pest county, Budapest metropolitan area, Hungary. It has a population of 10,979 (2007).

Isaszeg
Battle of Isaszeg
Flag of Isaszeg
Flag
Coat of arms of Isaszeg
Coat of arms
Isaszeg is located in Hungary
Isaszeg
Isaszeg
Location of Isaszeg in Hungary
Coordinates: 47°31′48″N 19°23′57″E / 47.53005°N 19.39913°E / 47.53005; 19.39913
CountryHungary
RegionCentral Hungary
CountyPest
SubregionGödöllői
RankCity
Area
 • Total54.83 km2 (21.17 sq mi)
Population
 (2017)[3]
 • Total11,402[1]
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
2117
Area code+36 28
KSH code07807[2]
Websitewww.isaszeg.hu

SightseeingEdit

On the top of the cemetery hill stands the old parochial church of the village. It was last rebuilt in gothic style. However, the foundations of the old rotunda is visible north and south of the nave of the church. The recent church was built by the eastern extension (apsis) and by western extension (nave and choir) of the original rotunda. The church has western tower with rectangular lower part and octagonal upper part, as in many Hungarian old churches (for example: Nagymaros, Csurgó, Aracs, Somogyvámos, Szeged - Dömötör tower, Felsőörs)

Twin towns – sister citiesEdit

Isaszeg is twinned with:[4]

Isaszeg also cooperates with Mali Iđoš, Serbia.[4]

Notable peopleEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Isaszeg, KSH
  2. ^ a b Isaszeg at the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (Hungarian).
  3. ^ Isaszeg at the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (Hungarian). 2017
  4. ^ a b "Testvértelepüléseink". isaszeg.asp.lgov.hu (in Hungarian). Isaszeg. Retrieved 2021-04-02.
  • Genthon I. (1959): Magyarország műemlékei. (Architectural Heritage of Hungary). Budapest
  • Gerevich Tibor: Magyarország románkori emlékei. (Die romanische Denkmäler Ungarns.) Egyetemi nyomda. Budapest, 1938.
  • Gerő, L. (1984): Magyar műemléki ABC. (Hungarian Architectural Heritage ABC.) Budapest
  • Gervers-Molnár, V. (1972): A középkori Magyarország rotundái. (Rotunda in the Medieval Hungary). Akadémiai, Budapest
  • Szőnyi O. (É.n.): Régi magyar templomok. Alte Ungarische Kirchen. Anciennes églises Hongroises. Hungarian Churches of Yore. A Műemlékek Országos Bizottsága. Mirályi Magyar Egyetemi Nyomda, Budapest.
  • Henszlmann, I. (1876): Magyarország ó-keresztyén, román és átmeneti stylü mű-emlékeinek rövid ismertetése, (Old-Christian, Romanesque and Transitional Style Architecture in Hungary). Királyi Magyar Egyetemi Nyomda, Budapest

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Coordinates: 47°32′N 19°24′E / 47.533°N 19.400°E / 47.533; 19.400