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Villages of Porabje : individual elements of the Hungarian settlement network
András Balogh, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Special feature of Porabje settlements can be detected on some geographical aspects within the national settlement network. Unique features of these settlements even these features are not exclusive in themselves regarding all the administratively independent settlements form such a specific region of Hungary on the base of that the following can be stated. The Vend-region occupies prominent place among the regions of Hungary. These special features are studied in this study on the base of the following aspects: spatial location, history, ethnic composition, ethnographic aspects, small village and sporadic settlement characteristic and development possibilities. However Szentgotthárd (Monošter) played important role in life of the Slovenians in Hungary too the essay focuses on the analysis of the settlements in the Porabje region.
Keywords: Porabje, Slovenians in Hungary, ethnographical region, small villages, sporadic settlements, development possibilities
Published in DKUM: 17.04.2018; Views: 1108; Downloads: 70
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Manors and scattered farms : special settlement forms of outskirt areas in Hungary
András Balogh, Tamás Csapó, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: The Hungarian settlement network is very varied and multiple. In the teeth of its small territory we can find many area-specific settlement forms in the country. These settlement forms are usually not independent municipalities, but mostly occupied the outer areas of some towns and villages. In this study we try to demonstrate two types of these special settlement forms: scattered farms and manors. Scattered farms are sporadic, lonely settlements of the Great Hungarian Plain, which are centres of agricultural works and generally the centres of economic activities now, but they used to serve as winter shelters for the livestock. Most of the manors could be found in Transdanubia. The leader utility is the agriculture, but among others we found manors with industrial, sanitary, tourism functions also.
Keywords: Hungarian settlement network, outskirt areas, scattered farm, manor, Great Hungarian Plain, Transdanubia
Published in DKUM: 10.04.2018; Views: 1156; Downloads: 74
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