Tahitótfalu

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Tahitótfalu
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Tahitótfalu is located in Hungary
Tahitótfalu
Tahitótfalu
Location of Tahitótfalu in Hungary
Coordinates: 47°45′08″N 19°04′41″E / 47.75225°N 19.07808°E / 47.75225; 19.07808
CountryHungary
RegionCentral Hungary
CountyPest
SubregionSzentendrei
RankVillage
Area
 • Total39.17 km2 (15.12 sq mi)
Population
 (1 January 2008)[2]
 • Total5,317
 • Density140/km2 (350/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
Tótfalu: 2021, Tahi: 2022
Area code+36 26
KSH code31963[3]
Websitewww.tahitotfalu.hu

Tahitótfalu is a village in the northern part of Pest County, Hungary.

The Danube of Szentendre separates into two parts, one of these is Tótfalu which laying on Szentendre Island the other one is Tahi at the foothills of Visegrád Mountains, 28 kilometers from Budapest, north of Szentendre, along the Hwy11. Here is only bridge,-called Tildy which,- leading to the Szentendre Island.

Mihály Pollock and Miklós Ybl are the two famous architects who worked in Tahitótfalu. In Tahitótfalu you can find the Baroque Calvinist church. This place is famous for its wines.

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Coordinates: 47°45′08″N 19°04′41″E / 47.75225°N 19.07808°E / 47.75225; 19.07808