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Regions of Hungary

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Regions of Hungary

There are seven statistical regions of Hungary created in 1999 by the Law 1999/XCII amending Law 1996/XXI. Regions are groupings of the 19 counties and the capital city.

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Name of the region Regional centre Area
(km2)
Population Density
(/km2)
Northern Hungary Miskolc 13,428 1,289,000 96
Northern Great Plain Debrecen 17,749 1,554,000 88
Southern Great Plain Szeged 18,339 1,367,000 75
Central Hungary Budapest 6,919 2,825,000 408
Central Transdanubia Székesfehérvár 11,237 1,114.000 99
Western Transdanubia Győr 11,209 1,004,000 90
Southern Transdanubia Pécs 14,169 989,000 70

Euroregions

Hungary belongs into the following euroregions:

(Counties sometimes only roughly correspond to euroregions, so overlap is possible.)

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