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Ásványráró is located in Hungary
Location of Ásványráró
Coordinates: 47°49′53″N 17°29′48″E / 47.8313°N 17.49678°E / 47.8313; 17.49678Coordinates: 47°49′53″N 17°29′48″E / 47.8313°N 17.49678°E / 47.8313; 17.49678
Country  Hungary
County Győr-Moson-Sopron
 • mayor Rita Tatainé Popp (2010-)
 • mayor Imre Böősy (1990?-2010)
 • Total 39.17 km2 (15.12 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 1,914
 • Density 50.39/km2 (130.5/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 9177
Area code(s) 96
Website Official page of Ásványráró

Ásványráró is a village in Győr-Moson-Sopron County, Hungary.


Ásványráró lies the central part of Szigetköz, next to Danube, between Győr and Mosonmagyaróvár. In 1936, two village (Ásvány and Ráró) was united.


  • In the end of the village to Dunaszeg, it sees the famous "Kálvária". Count Lázár Apponyi was built in Baroque style in 1738.
  • Near the "Kálvária", there stand the monument of the victims of World War II. József Somogyi (famous sculptor) carved out.
  • Near to Kálvária stand an old black aspen tree. It is 100 years old. Protected natural values. The diameter is ~550 cm.
  • Because the most of the villagers are Roman Catholic (c. 96%), there are two (so-called) búcsú, of the village's churches. In Ásvány there is a church named for St. Andrew. It is 136 m2 from the 14th century. In Ráró there is a church named for St. Roch which is from the 17th century.

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