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Sarkadkeresztúr

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Sarkadkeresztúr (Crâstor) is a village in Békés County, in the Southern Great Plain region of south-east Hungary. Geography It covers an area of 35.33 km² and has a population of 1509 people (2015). Population The population of the village started increasing rapidly because of the settling of the Germans. The village was inhabited by mostly Jewish Germans. Many Germans were deported from today's Germany to Hungary during the 19th century. The new immigrants were settled from the German regions of Swabia and Bavaria. According to the 2015 Census, the ethnic composition of the village were; 97% Hungarians and 3% Germans. (There are some other towns and villages where German (mostly Swabian) communities still can be found, just like Elek, Gyula and more.) Religion The village has always had many Christian community. Back in the 19th century, the two major religions were Christianity and Judaism. According to the 1910 census
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