Biatorbágy

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Biatorbágy
Biatorbágy is located in Hungary
Biatorbágy
Biatorbágy
Location of Biatorbágy
Coordinates: 47°28′16″N 18°49′31″E / 47.47119°N 18.82520°E / 47.47119; 18.82520Coordinates: 47°28′16″N 18°49′31″E / 47.47119°N 18.82520°E / 47.47119; 18.82520
Country  Hungary
County Pest
Area
 • Total 43.80 km2 (16.91 sq mi)
Population (2005)
 • Total 12,294
 • Density 217.4/km2 (563/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 2051
Area code(s) 23
Biatorbágy - Rail Bridge

Biatorbágy is a town in Pest County, Budapest metropolitan area, Hungary. It has a population of 10,720 (2007).

On 13 September 1931 a demented man (Szilveszter Matuska) blasted the train to Vienna on the viaduct of Biatorbágy. Prime minister Gyula Károlyi inducted martial law, and executed two illegal communist representatives.

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Twin towns – Sister cities[edit]

Biatorbágy is twinned with: