|• Total||47.43 km2 (18.31 sq mi)|
|• Density||44.3/km2 (115/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
Csávoly's history can be traced back to 1198. The village - under the name of Chayol-Thayal - had many proprietors since 1374. According to Turkish tax listings, Csávoly had 22 houses in 1580. After this time, the village was destroyed and founded again several times. The town was reborn in 1734. The first church was constructed in 1740. Between 1782 and 1784, on the suggestion of the bishop of Kalocsa, 424 Germans settled the village from Soroksár and Hajós.
Csávoly still remains a multiethnic village (with a Hungarian majority). Existing minorities include:
Csávoly has 2,104 residents.
Buildings and structures
- 165 metres tall guyed mast used for FM-/TV-broadcasting
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