Synonyms for balassagyarmat or Related words with balassagyarmat

nagykanizsa              szerencs              moson              szolnok              sopron              zombor              szombathely              heves              zalaegerszeg              hatvan              keszthely              lipova              kiskun              tolna              sighetu              baranya              beszterce              borsod              losonc              megyei              eperjes              szabadka              balassagyarmati              silvaniei              pabianice              piekary              zirci              lugoj              krotoszyn              szentendre              iernut              sombor              szczuczyn              bereg              szeghalom              nagyszeben              tarnobrzeg              hermannstadt              secuiesc              nagykun              limanowa              tecuci              varniai              trybunalski              tapolca              wadowice              lipnik              karcag              virovitica              cristuru             

Examples of "balassagyarmat"
The Jánossy Gallery (formerly: "Town Gallery Balassagyarmat") is a contemporary gallery in the downtown of Balassagyarmat.
Balassagyarmat District is a district ("járás") within Nógrád County ("Nógrád megye"), of Hungary. Its capital is the city of Balassagyarmat.
Árpád Urbán died in a hunting accident near Balassagyarmat and Érsekvadkert on 26 November 2005, when his 73-year-old elder brother accidentally mortally wounded him in chest by shotgun. Urbán later died of his injuries in hospital at Balassagyarmat.
Route 2108 serves the village by road from Aszód and Balassagyarmat.
Miskolc, Eger, Salgótarján, Ózd, Kazincbarcika, Mezőkövesd, Sárospatak, Sátoraljaújhely, Tiszaújváros, Tokaj, Gyöngyös, Szerencs, Hatvan, Balassagyarmat.
The village is situated 20 km south of Balassagyarmat, in the valley of Szanda creek, 95 km from Budapest.
Red: Salgótarján District; Blue: Balassagyarmat District; Yellow: Pásztó District; Green: Rétság District; Orange: Bátonyterenye District; Pink: Szécsény District
The capital of the county was Balassagyarmat, except for the 18th century, when the capital was Losonc.
Balassagyarmat (formerly "Balassa-Gyarmath", , ) is a town in northern Hungary. It was the seat of the Nógrád comitatus.
Dr. Albert Kenessey (born April 22, 1889, in Budapest; died January 31, 1973). Noted Surgeon-in-Chief and Director of the City Hospital of Balassagyarmat in Hungary, which now bears his name; Honorary Freeman of the city of Balassagyarmat; recipient of the Gold Medal of the Order of Labour of the Hungarian State.
He was born in Balassagyarmat on 1. March 1884, as child of Adolf Munk and Rezi Straszberger (Stresser?). He died on 10 June 1944 in Aszód.
In 2001 Balassagyarmat had 18,474 inhabitants. The population were homogeneous with Hungarian majority (Magyars 98%, Romani 2%), 100% of the total population speak Hungarian as their mother tongue.
Borsosberény is located north of Budapest on the E77 European main road. The village lies at the northeastern foot of Börzsöny hills. It is about southwest of Balassagyarmat.
Csaba Bogdány (born 15 May 1981 in Balassagyarmat) is a Hungarian football player. He plays for Mezőkövesd-Zsóry SE in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I.
Balassagyarmat was captured on 9 December 1944 by Soviet troops of the 2nd Ukrainian Front in the course of the Budapest Offensive.
Stopping trains of the Hungarian State Railways serve the village on line 78 (Aszód–Balassagyarmat–Ipolytarnóc). Acsa and Erdőkürt share a station ("Acsa-Erdőkürt"), between Püspökhatvan and Galgaguta.
He joined to the Fidesz in 1997 and has been Vice President of the Nógrád County Board since 1998. He secured a seat in Parliament in the 1998 parliamentary elections as an individual candidate (representing Constituency IV, Balassagyarmat, Nógrád County). When Fidesz developed its organisational structure in the course of 2003 and 2004 he was appointed to the post of chairman of the Balassagyarmat Constituency.
Born in Budapest (23 June 1879) and died in Balassagyarmat (24 April 1944 was a Minister Counsellor, literary historian and translator of the Austro-Hungarian Government in Fiume (modern Croatia) and later at the Hungarian Ministry of Interior.
Route 22 links the village with nearby towns and with Budapest, Hungary’s capital. Szalmatercs lies 12 km from Szécsény, 18 km from Salgótarján, 29 km from Hollókő, 30 km from Balassagyarmat, and 38 km from Lučenec (Losonc).
In 1950, Salgótarján became the capital of Nógrád county instead of the previous county seat Balassagyarmat. In the next twenty years several villages were annexed to the growing city.