The Tisza is one of the main rivers of Central Europe. The Tisza begins in Ukraine and flows west, roughly following Ukraine, Romania then Hungary, and Serbia. Finally, it joins the Danube in Serbia. It has a length of 965 km.
We put the car at the gas station and go to the exploration of the town of Kunhegyes.
Kunhegyes is a town and municipality in the province of Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok. It has a population of 7636 inhabitants in 2015. Kunhegyes is an agricultural village, main products are vegetables and wheat.
The exact date of the church foundation is not known. But the church was declared cultural monument in the 1953.
This house was originally built as to be a so called ’salt-house’. This was the once was used main trade road, which connected the central-parts of Hungary to Transylvania. It has been working as a Library from 1964, and it is able to host cultural-events as well.
Kun horse is very old and rare species of this region. It was a riding and carriage horse of the imperial family
We are strolling around in front of the farmer ‘s house, a windmill appears. The locals say “this windmill worked until about 1970.” Many wild flowers are blooming around here.
It’s time to leave this beautiful village. I really love this tiny village. I would like to spend here for just summer time.
(As a big country next to Japan makes the environmental pollution by the exhaust gas, so Tokyo is especially hot and humid recently.)