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large cemeteries used to lie where the village of Taktaszada is
situated today. Today's village was built on a site where two
villages had been destroyed.
village was destroyed by Turkish robber troops, afterwards it
suffered destruction at the time of the Rákóczi War of Independence.
Life started again here in 1717, when devoted Calvinist people
rebuilt the third village and founded the Reformed church along
community started to build the stone church, still standing today,
in 1794. The work of construction took nine years. The church
bears the characteristics of a style (with braided patterns) that
was typical of the 18th century. The same style characterises
the 32-metre-high steeple as well. The painting of the interior
is also unique, not typical of other Reformed churches of the
was a primary school built next to the church. It serves today
as meeting hall for the congregation. What used to be the teacher's
apartment is being turned into a guesthouse. The parsonage still
serves as the dwelling place for the local minister.
Takta riverside is the main attraction for nature-lovers and anglers
throughout the whole year. We invite everyone who wants to relax
and is fond of the quiet country life.
recently opened Country-Museum of Taktaszada exhibits furnishings
and personal belongings used in the past. Although the village
cannot offer significant sights, our hope is that its surroundings
will be an attraction to many.
can easily be reached by train or by bus. Accommodation and meals
are available for a reasonable price.