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Zalaegerszeg is 14 km northeast of Vöckönd.
The area was first mentioned in charters in the 1450s. In the 1480s there was at least some sort of settlement, perhaps with a church that no longer stands today as well.
The present village is built on a hill and had a its church built in the early 1900s. The architecture of the village is said to be typical Hungarian style for the time period. A famous house in Szentendre Village became a museum and is known as the "Vöcköndi house."
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