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Heves County

Heves County
Skyline of Heves County
Flag of Heves County
Flag
Coat of arms of Heves County
Coat of arms
Location of Heves County
Country Hungary
Region Northern Hungary
County seat Eger
Area
 • Total 3,637.21 km2 (1,404.33 sq mi)
Population (2011 census)
 • Total 308,882
 • Density 85/km2 (220/sq mi)
Website .hu.hevesmegyewww

Heves county lies in northern Hungary. It lies between the right bank of the river Tisza and the Mátra and Bükk mountains. It shares borders with the Hungarian counties Pest, Nógrád, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén and Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok. Eger is the county seat.

Contents

  • Tourist sights 1
  • Geography 2
    • Rivers 2.1
    • Highest point 2.2
    • Lowest point 2.3
  • Economy 3
  • History 4
  • Regional structure 5
    • City with county rights 5.1
    • Towns 5.2
    • Villages 5.3

Tourist sights

De la Motte mansion in Noszvaj
Castle of Kisnána

Geography

Heves county is a geographically diverse area; its northern part is mountainous (the Mátra and Bükk are the two highest mountain ranges in Hungary), while at south it includes a part of the Great Hungarian Plain. From south it is bordered by Lake Tisza, the largest artificial lake in Hungary. The average temperature is between 8 and 10 °C (higher on the southern parts of the county).

Rivers

Highest point

Lowest point

Economy

History

Regional structure

City with county rights

Eger
  • Eger (county seat)

Towns

(ordered by population, as of 2001)

Villages

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