Szekszárd

Szekszárd is a small city in southern and the capital of Tolna county. By population, Szekszárd is the smallest county capital in Hungary; by area, it is the second-smallest.

Notable Places in the Area

Church
Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

Railway station
Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

Work of art
Photo: Pásztörperc, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Church
Photo: Globetrotter19, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Szekszárd

Latitude
46.3485° or 46° 20' 54.6" north
Longitude
18.7017° or 18° 42' 6" east
Open Location Code
8FRW8PX2+9M
Population
31,000
United Nations Location Code
HU SZK
Elevation
94 metres (308 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 25553427
Geo­Names ID
3044760
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: Szekszárd
  • Arabic: سكسارد
  • Armenian: Սեկսարդ
  • Azerbaijani: Seksard
  • Basque: Szekszárd
  • Belarusian: Сексард
  • Belarusian: Сэксард
  • Bengali: শেকজাদ
  • Bulgarian: Сексард
  • Catalan: Szekszárd
  • Cebuano: Szekszárd
  • Chechen: Сексард
  • Chinese: Szekszárd
  • Chinese: 塞克萨德
  • Chinese: 塞克薩德
  • Croatian: Seksar
  • Croatian: Szekszárd
  • Czech: Szekszárd
  • Danish: Szekszárd
  • Dutch: Szekszard
  • Dutch: Szekszárd
  • English: Szekszard
  • Esperanto: Szekszárd
  • Estonian: Szekszard
  • Estonian: Szekszárd
  • Finnish: Szekszárd
  • French: Szekszard
  • French: Szekszárd
  • Gallegan: Szekszárd
  • German: Sechsard
  • German: Sechshard
  • German: Szekszard
  • German: Szekszárd
  • Greek: Σέξαρντ (Σέκσαρντ)
  • Gujarati: જ઼ેક્સર્ડ
  • Hebrew: סקסארד
  • Hindi: सज़एक्सजार्ड
  • Hungarian: Szegszárd
  • Hungarian: Szegzárd
  • Hungarian: Szekszárd
  • Hungarian: Szexárd
  • Indonesian: Szekszárd
  • Italian: Szekszárd
  • Japanese: セクサルド
  • Japanese: セクサールド
  • Kannada: ಝೆಕ್ಸ್ಕ್ಸ್ಝರ್ಡ್
  • Korean: 섹사르드
  • Latvian: Seksārda
  • Lithuanian: Seksardas
  • Lithuanian: Szekszárd
  • Macedo Romanian: Szekszárd
  • Macedonian: Сексард
  • Malay (generic): Szekszard
  • Malay (generic): Szekszárd
  • Marathi: झेकसर्ड
  • Min Nan Chinese: Szekszárd
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Szekszárd
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Szekszard
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Szekszárd
  • Persian: ساکسارد
  • Persian: سکسارد
  • Polish: Szekszard
  • Polish: Szekszárd
  • Portuguese: Szekszard
  • Portuguese: Szekszárd
  • Quechua: Szekszárd
  • Romanian: Szekszard
  • Romanian: Szekszárd
  • Russian: Сексард
  • Scots: Szekszárd
  • Serbian: Seksard
  • Serbian: Szekszárd
  • Serbian: Сексард
  • Serbo-Croatian: Szekszárd
  • Sinhalese: සෙක්සාර්ඩ්
  • Slovak: Szekszárd
  • Slovenian: Szekszárd
  • Sorbian, Lower: Szekszárd
  • Spanish: Szekszard
  • Spanish: Szekszárd
  • Swahili (generic): Szekszárd
  • Swedish: Szekszard
  • Swedish: Szekszárd
  • Tamil: ஸிக்ஸ்ர்டு
  • Telugu: సెక్జార్డ్
  • Thai: เซคซาร์ด
  • Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928): Seksar
  • Turkish: Szekszárd
  • Ukrainian: Сексард
  • Urdu: زیکسارڈ
  • Veps: Seksard
  • Vietnamese: Szekszárd
  • Volapük: Szekszárd
  • Waray (Philippines): Szekszárd
  • Welsh: Szekszárd
  • Western Panjabi: شیکشارد

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