Vácszentlászló

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Vácszentlászló
Village
Official seal of Vácszentlászló
Seal
Vácszentlászló is located in Hungary
Vácszentlászló
Vácszentlászló
Location of Vácszentlászló
Coordinates: 47°34′23″N 19°32′07″E / 47.573119°N 19.535261°E / 47.573119; 19.535261Coordinates: 47°34′23″N 19°32′07″E / 47.573119°N 19.535261°E / 47.573119; 19.535261
Country  Hungary
Region Central Hungary
County Pest
Subregion Gödöllői
Government
 • Mayor Tibor Horváth László
Area
 • Total 29.87 km2 (11.53 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 2,105 Decrease
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 2115
Area code 28
Website vacszentlaszlo.hu

Vácszentlászló is a village and commune in the comitatus of Pest in Hungary.

Location[edit]

Vácszentlászló is located in central Hungary, in the eastern part of Pest County.

Transportation[edit]

Vácszentlászló has roads to Valkó, Tura and Zsámbok. This village has regular buses to Zsámbok, Gödöllő and Budapest, but rare buses travels to Tóalmás and Jászberény, too. The nearest motorway is the M3, which can be approached through Hatvan, Bag and Gödöllő. The nearest railway station is located in Tura.

History[edit]

Artefacts from the Iron Age were found in Vácszentlászló. Its name was first mentioned in a diploma written in 1394. During the Long War the whole village died. It had a population by 1689 again. Until 1840, it was called Valkószentlászló, then it received its current name.

Education[edit]

Kindergartens[edit]

  • Napköziotthonos Óvoda

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Szent László Elementary School