Tata, Hungary


Tata, Hungary

Tata (Hongrie)

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Tata est une ville de 24 000 habitants située dans le département de Komárom-Esztergom, à l'ouest de Budapest.

Curiosité : le château au bord du lac Őreg.

Le château
Le château au bord du lac
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