It was inhabited already in the Bronze Age, but it was first mentioned in a document of 1270. The silent, small, clean-aired settlement is popular among tourists looking for accommodation, the hikers and the enthusiasts of the tourism on horseback. The hill “Stations of the Cross”, which commemorates the Founding of the State by carved pictures through its 14 stations, and the nature trail ‘Fox’ also begins here. The Reformed Church built in 1771, the Israelite cemetery, which is similar to a memorial in character, the land house, and nature trail ‘Ancient Lump’, which ends in the village are still worth mentioning among the places of interest in the village.

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