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Tiszakürt

Summary
Tiszakürt is a village in Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok county, in the Northern Great Plain region of central Hungary. Geography It covers an area of and has a population of 1416 people (2015). Ethnic affiliation of the population of the locality in 2001: Hungarian: 95,1%; Gipsy, Romany: 0,4%; unknown, did not wish to answer: 4,7% Religious denomination of the population of the locality in 2001: Roman Catholic: 41,0%; Greek Catholic: 0,4%; Calvinist: 29,9%; Lutheran: 0,3%; belonging to other church/denomination: 0,3%; does not belong to any church/denomination: 18,5%; unknown, did not wish to answer: 9,6% Attractions *Bolza Mansion *The Reformed Church was built in 1887, an eclectic style. *Roman Catholic Church. *Local History Museum of Tiszakürt *Granary Building. *World War I Memorial. *World War II Memorial. Census data
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