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RAILWAY STATION HORGOŠ – KAMARAŠ

The Horgos Kamaraš Railway Station is a rectangular building with rectangular trimmed-waistcoat, longitudinally positioned along the railway line. The railway station building was built in 1887, two decades after the passing of the first train by the Subotica – Segedin railroad (1869), and along with the construction of the Horgos Kamaraš picnic, a settlement with […]

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KAMARAŠ VILLA

The railway station at the end of the XIX century Horgos-Kamaraš belonged to the landowner Gezi Karas (Kárász Géza). After his death, the land around the landscaped park and the lake was sparse. Many of the inhabitants of Szeged, the nearest major city, have attracted the beauty of the forest at Kamaraš, and here build […]

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VIGADO

Accelerated development of the civic class at the end of the XIX century there was a tendency to stay in nature, and according to the reputation of the cities of Europe, national parks, picnics, resorts and spas were formed. On the southeastern edge of the settlement of Kanjiža, it was already the seventies of the […]

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WINDMILL

In the eighties of the XIX century, there were 11 windmills in Oroma. At the end of the 20th century, there was only one so-called “bayus” of windmills, which was built in the sixties of the nineteenth century. The date of construction was cut into flour bars. The windmill was in Ustorka before. Her owner, […]

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SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH OF ST. ARCHANGEL MICHAEL

According to the Yearbook of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Kanjiža, the first church was erected at the mouth of the mouth of the Kireš stream in Tisza, and it was built of platelets. The Serbs raised it after arriving in these parts, the Great Seaboard under Arseny Carnojevic in 1690. At the site of […]

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SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH OF ST. FATHER NIKOLAI’S TRANSFERRED RELICS

The Martonos settlement was first mentioned in written documents in the mid-14th century. During the Turkish domination of these parts, the settlement was recorded in defenses in 1554. In the period following the departure of the Turks, Martonos became a military borderier settlement within the Threshold Military Frontier. Since 1774, it has been inhabited by […]

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