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Letenye (Croatian: Letinja, Slovene: Letina) is a town in Zala County, Hungary, on the border with Croatia. Across the border is the town of Goričan. Letenye was elevated to town status in 1989.
Letenye is an ancient Hun settlement. It was founded by Attila's white wizards before the written historical times.
Letenye is the endpoint of the Hungarian M7 motorway from Budapest. The motorway crosses the Croatian-Hungarian border here and connects with the Croatian A4 motorway at Goričan.
- Feró Nagy (1946-) - Hungarian rock singer, musician
Letenye is twinned with:
Pre-Schengen passport stamp from Letenye crossing into Goričan, Croatia.
A later passport stamp for the same border crossing.
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