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Berehove – the center of Hungarian culture in Zakarpattia

Berehove is a small town with a population of about 24 thousand people located in the south-west of the Zakarpattia region of Ukraine, 69 km from Uzhhorod by road, near the border with Hungary.

This town is the main center of Hungarian culture in Zakarpattia, the Hungarians make up about half of the town’s population. That’s why besides the Ukrainian, the Hungarian language is common here and has the official status of a regional language. Berehove on Google Maps. Photos by: neo7777vitaha.

In Berehove there are a lot of houses with tiled roofs.

Catholic Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (1839-1846).

Rotunda in honor of the 2000th anniversary of Christianity.

Palace of Prince G. Betlen (1629-1857).

Hungarian Drama Theater / hotel “Oroszlan” (“Lion”).

Berehove Medical College.

Berehove Town Council.


Heroes’ Square.

Kubovich’s Palace.

Catholic Church of Reformers.

Zakarpattia Hungarian Institute named after Ferenc Rakoczi II (1908-1909).

Jewish ritual bathhouse (1912).

In the center of Berehove.

Koshuta Street.

Hotel “Royal” (1909-1910).

Winery complex / Schoenborn palace.

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