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Veszprém (county)

This article is about the current county. For the historical county, see Veszprém County (former).
Veszprém County

Coat of arms
Country Hungary
Region Central Transdanubia
County seat Veszprém
Area
 • Total 4,613 km2 (1,781 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 375,000
 • Density 81/km2 (210/sq mi)

Veszprém is the name of an administrative county (megye) in Hungary. Veszprém is also the name of the capital city of Veszprém county.

Veszprém county

Veszprém county lies in western Hungary. It covers the Bakony hills and the northern shore of Lake Balaton. It shares borders with the Hungarian counties Vas, Győr-Moson-Sopron, Komárom-Esztergom, Fejér, Somogy and Zala. The capital of Veszprém county is Veszprém. The river Marcal runs along part of its western border. Its area is 4613 km².


Regional structure

City with county rights


Towns

(ordered by population, according to the 2001 census)

Towns and villages

External links

  • Veszprém County
  • Veszprém Town

Coordinates: 47°10′N 17°45′E / 47.167°N 17.750°E / 47.167; 17.750

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