_1Soltvadkert, Hungary, Jews, being deported by Hungarian gendarmes, about to boarding a deportation train.
Evangélikus templom / Lutheran church (Soltvadkert, Bács-Kicskun, Great Plain)
Soltvadkert - Hungary
Aurora Borealis at Soltvadkert
Fish and Beer Festival, Soltvadkert
Soltvadkert itt: Bács-Kiskun megye
Soltvadkert Orthodox synagogue was located in Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kiskun county, Hungary. Jews settled in Soltvadkert during the second half of the 19th century. The synagogue was built in 1899. In 1941, there were 412 Jews and 3 Christians of Jewish descent. Most were killed in Auschwitz.
Aranyháromszög találmánya: csettegő, a teherautó / The lorry called "Csettegő" (from the Hunagrian verb "csattog" = clap) invented in Kiskunság (Soltvadkert, Bács-Kiskun, Great Plain)