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Mány is located in Hungary
Location of Mány
Coordinates: 47°31′58″N 18°39′16″E / 47.5328°N 18.65455°E / 47.5328; 18.65455Coordinates: 47°31′58″N 18°39′16″E / 47.5328°N 18.65455°E / 47.5328; 18.65455
Country  Hungary
County Fejér
 • Total 44.72 km2 (17.27 sq mi)
Population (2004)
 • Total 2,374
 • Density 53.08/km2 (137.5/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 2065
Area code(s) 22
Website www.many.hu


Mány is located in the northest side of Fejér county, in the Zsámbéki-basin.


In the middle ages Mány was in Esztergom county. Mány and Örs were destroyed in the first decades of the Turkey occupation, so they become a heath. From 1611 there was a Batthyány estate, but in 1680 Batthyány family pledged their estates in Mány and Bicske. In 1703 Mány was moved in Fejér county. At the World War I 630 young man joined the army, and 115 them never returned home. For them, Mány set a monument in 1927. In 1944 World War II reached Mány. The Sovjet ring which surrounded Budapest was found in the border of Mány.


Mány's German sister city is Leimen, and the Szekely sister village is Mezőbánd in Mures county.

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