Alsószölnök
Alsószölnök
Administration
Pays Drapeau de Hongrie Hongrie
Département Vas
Code postal 9746
Géographie
Coordonnées 46° 55′ 39″ Nord
       16° 12′ 09″ Est
/ 46.92746, 16.20254
Superficie 2 102 ha = 21,02 km2
Démographie
Population 621 hab. (2004)
Densité 29,5 hab./km2
Localisation
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Alsószölnök

Alsószölnök est un village de Hongrie, situé dans le département de Vas. Lors du recensement de 2004, il y avait 621 habitants.


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