|• Total||33.86 km2 (13.07 sq mi)|
|• Density||66.12/km2 (171.3/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
- WWII monument
- Holy Trinity
Southwest of Bátya, there is the tallest electricity pylon of Hungary ( height: 138 metres). It is part of Danube crossing from the 400 kV-line Paks - Sandorfalva.
- Endre Pászthory (teacher)
- Károly László (1848-49 artilleryman)
- Dr. Zoltán Fehér (teacher / writer)
- Teri Harangozó (singer)
Croats from Bátya came to that area in 16th century from Croatian northeastern region of Slavonia. They speak Štokavian dialect of Croatian language, a Slavonian subdialect (Old-Shtokavian with non-reflected yat pronunciation). Similar dialectal features are seen today among population of Gradište near Županja and around Našice.
Bátya Croats' feast is Veliko racko prelo.
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