Osztopán

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Osztopán

Stupan (in Croatian)
Village
Tallián Mansion in Osztopán
Tallián Mansion in Osztopán
Coat of arms of Osztopán
Coat of arms
Osztopán is located in Hungary
Osztopán
Osztopán
Location of Osztopán
Coordinates: 46°31′13″N 17°40′14″E / 46.52032°N 17.67068°E / 46.52032; 17.67068Coordinates: 46°31′13″N 17°40′14″E / 46.52032°N 17.67068°E / 46.52032; 17.67068
Country Hungary
RegionSouthern Transdanubia
CountySomogy
DistrictKaposvár
RC DioceseKaposvár
Area
 • Total22.83 km2 (8.81 sq mi)
Population
 (2017)
 • Total824[1]
Demonym(s)osztopáni
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
7444
Area code(s)(+36) 82
NUTS 3 codeHU232
MPJózsef Attila Móring (KDNP)
WebsiteOsztopán Online

Osztopán (Croatian: Stupan) is a village in Somogy county, Hungary.

Etymology[edit]

The name comes from the Slavic Stupan[2][3] derived from the Proto-Slavic stem stǫp- with several meanings and possible etymologies (i.e. stǫpa/stupa: trapping pit,[2] see also the etymology of Stupava).

History[edit]

According to László Szita the settlement was completely Hungarian in the 18th century.[4]

Culture[edit]

The Hungarian folk song Osztopáni malomárok was colledcted in Osztopán in 1949 by Ferenc Gönczi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Osztopán, KSH
  2. ^ a b Stanislav, Ján (2004). Slovenský juh v stredoveku II (in Slovak). Slovenské literárne centrum. p. 325. ISBN 80-88878-89-6.
  3. ^ Kiss, Lajos (1978). Földrajzi nevek etimológiai szótára (in Hungarian). Budapest: Akadémiai. p. 488.
  4. ^ László Szita : Somogy megyei nemzetiségek településtörténete a XVIII-XIX. században - Somogyi Almanach 52. (Kaposvár, 1993)

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