Kiskunfélegyháza


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Kiskunfélegyháza

(kĭsh`koŏnfā`lĕdyəhä'zŏ), city (1991 est. pop. 34,130), S central Hungary. It is a road and rail junction; trade and industry are based on the agricultural products of the surrounding region.
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Kiskunfélegyháza

 

a city in southern Hungary, in the megye (county) of Bács-Kiskun. Population, 34,100 (1970). It is a railroad junction. There is production of equipment for prospecting and the food industry, as well as footwear and flour-milling enterprises. A significant part of the population is engaged in agriculture.

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