Month: September 1972


Békéscsaba  is a city in Southeast Hungary, the capital of the county Békés. Békéscsaba is an educational, cultural and economic hub of the surrounding Békés county, set in the historically troubled region of the Great Plains, nicknamed only as “Viharsarok”, or “land of storms”. With 


Gyula is a town in Békés County, Hungary. The town is best known for its Medieval castle and a thermal bath. Ferenc Erkel, the composer of the Hungarian national anthem, and Albrecht Dürer the Elder, the father of Albrecht Dürer, also were born in Gyula.