Szeged

Szeged is the third-largest city in Hungary is a town in the Great Hungarian Plain. It is known as "the city of sunshine" for its brilliant weather, and for the imposing cathedral, a wealth of Art Nouveau and historicist buildings, and for the fish soup Halászlé.

Notable Places in the Area

Church
The Votive Church and Cathedral of Our Lady of Hungary is a twin-spired church in Szeged. Photo: Devilm25, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Synagogue
The is a synagogue in Szeged, . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Tourist attraction
The is an Art Nouveau building in downtown Szeged. Photo: Kalyob, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Theatre
The is the main theatre of Szeged, Hungary. Photo: MrPanyGoff, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
Photo: SlowlyJohny, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
is a settlement which forms a part of Szeged in , in the ) region, Hungary.

Suburb
Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.5 hu.

Szeged

Latitude
46.2546° or 46° 15' 16.7" north
Longitude
20.1486° or 20° 8' 55" east
Open Location Code
8GR2743X+VC
Population
163,000
IATA airport code
QZD
United Nations Location Codes
HU ALG and HU SZE
Elevation
84 metres (276 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 30453579
Geo­Names ID
715429
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Szeged
  • Albanian: Szeged
  • Arabic: Szeged
  • Arabic: زيجيد
  • Arabic: سكدين
  • Arabic: سيجد
  • Armenian: Սեգեդ
  • Asturian: Szeged
  • Azerbaijani: Seqed
  • Balinese: Szeged
  • Basque: Szeged
  • Belarusian: Сегед
  • Belarusian: Сэгед
  • Bengali: সেগেদ
  • Breton: Szeged
  • Bulgarian: Сегед
  • Catalan: Sehedia
  • Catalan: Szeged
  • Chechen: Сегед
  • Chinese: Szeged
  • Chinese: 塞格德
  • Croatian: Seged
  • Croatian: Segedin
  • Croatian: Szeged
  • Czech: Segedín
  • Czech: Szeged
  • Danish: Szeged
  • Dutch: Szeged
  • Eastern Mari: Сегед
  • Egyptian Arabic: سيجد
  • English: Segedin
  • English: Segedo
  • English: Segedyn
  • English: Segedín
  • English: Seghedin
  • English: Seghedino
  • English: Сегедин
  • Esperanto: Segedo
  • Esperanto: Szeged
  • Estonian: Szeged
  • Finnish: Szeged
  • French: Szeged
  • Galician: Szeged
  • Georgian: სეგედი
  • German: HU-SD
  • German: Kiskundorozsma
  • German: Segedin
  • German: Seghedin
  • German: Szeged
  • German: Szegedin
  • Greek: Σέγκεντ
  • Greek: Στζέγκεντ
  • Gujarati: સેગેડ
  • Hebrew: סגד
  • Hindi: जगेड
  • Hungarian: Szeged
  • Hungarian: Szöged
  • Icelandic: Szeged
  • Ido: Szeged
  • Indonesian: Szeged
  • Italian: Seghedino
  • Italian: Szeged
  • Japanese: セゲド
  • Javanese: Szeged
  • Kannada: ಜಗೆಡ್
  • Kazakh: Сегед
  • Korean: 세게드
  • Latin: Partiscum
  • Latin: Segedinum
  • Latvian: Segeda
  • Latvian: Szeged
  • Limburgan: Szeged
  • Lithuanian: Segedas
  • Lithuanian: Szeged
  • Lombard: Seghedin
  • Lombard: Sighidì
  • Lombard: Szeged
  • Macedo-Romanian: Szeged
  • Macedonian: Сегед
  • Macedonian: Сегедин
  • Malay: Szeged
  • Marathi: सेगेड
  • Min Nan Chinese: Szeged
  • Norwegian: Szeged
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Segedin
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Segedyn
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Segedín
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Seghedin
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Szeged
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Segedin
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Segedyn
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Szeged
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Szegedin
  • Occitan (post 1500): Szeged
  • Ottoman Turkish (1500-1928): سکدین
  • Persian: سگد
  • Polish: Segedyn
  • Polish: Szeged
  • Polish: Szegedyn
  • Portuguese: Szeged
  • Pushto: سګد
  • Quechua: Szeged
  • Romanian: Seghedin
  • Romanian: Szeged
  • Romanian: Szeghed
  • Russian: Сегед
  • Scots: Szeged
  • Serbian: Segedin
  • Serbian: Szeged
  • Serbian: Сегед
  • Serbian: Сегедин
  • Serbo-Croatian: Segedin
  • Serbo-Croatian: Szeged
  • Silesian: Szeged
  • Sinhala: සෙගෙඩ්
  • Slovak: Segedín
  • Slovak: Szeged
  • Slovenian: Szeged
  • Spanish: Szeged
  • Swahili: Szeged
  • Swedish: Segedin
  • Swedish: Segedyn
  • Swedish: Segedín
  • Swedish: Seghedin
  • Swedish: Szeged
  • Swiss German: Szeged
  • Tamil: செஜெட்
  • Tatar: Seged
  • Tatar: Сегед
  • Telugu: జగేడ్
  • Thai: Szeged
  • Thai: เซเกด
  • Thai: แซแก็ด
  • Tok Pisin: Szeged
  • Tosk Albanian: Szeged
  • Turkish: Segedin
  • Turkish: Szeged
  • Udmurt: Сегед
  • Ukrainian: Сегед
  • Ukrainian: Сеґед
  • Urdu: سزیجید
  • Veps: Seged
  • Vietnamese: Szeged
  • Volapük: Szeged
  • Waray (Philippines): Szeged
  • Welsh: Szeged
  • Western Mari: Сегед
  • Western Panjabi: شیگید
  • Wu Chinese: 塞格德
  • Yiddish: סעגעד
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