Kiskunhalas


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Kiskunhalas

 

a city in southern Hungary, in the megye (county) of Bács-Kiskun. Population, 28,000 (1970). It has food enterprises (flour mills and a poultry farm). Kiskunhalas is famous for its handmade lace.

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Up to 500 people died in Hungary in June and July because of the heatwave, with deaths attributed to heatstroke, cardiovascular problems and other illnesses aggravated by high temperatures which reached a record 41.9C (107F) in the southern city of Kiskunhalas.
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