Cegléd

What is Cegléd known for?


salsa'

event, as well as numerous jazz concerts throughout every year. * Open Air Music Nights (Szabadtéri zenés esték) * Cellar Day (Pünkösdi nyitott pince nap) * Food and Wine Fest (Laska-és borfesztivál) * 'Dating' of Funny Vehicles and Oldtimers (Furfangos járművek és veterán járművek randevúja) * Cocktail and Salsa Festival (Koktél-és salsa fesztivál) * Jazz festival (Bori jazz fesztivál) * Kossuth Days (Kossuth napok) - September * Tetz Art Festival (Tetz művészeti fesztivál) * Virga festival


community cultural

High School, László Ungvári High School of Commerce and Tourism, Lajos Kossuth Secondary Grammar School, János Török Vocational High School of Health Care (Health care) and Agriculture, and Cegléd High School of Informatics and Economics As well as the Ferenc Erkel conservatory (College or university school of music). Cultural life and local media Cegléd has a community cultural centre called Cultural Palace or Kossuth Community Centre (Community centre), originally


popular local

channels, Cegléd TV is backed by the local authority, while Club TV is a commercial one. There is also a popular local radio channel called "Rádió 88". As for the printed media (Publishing), Cegléd has a weekly local paper called Kék Újság (Blue Newspaper), as well as a newly founded magazine, Ceglédi Panoráma (Panorama of Cegléd). A periodical cultural review also appears, under the name "Gerjepart" (Bank of the Gerje). Transport The main road number 4 passes Cegléd


art eclectic

in Bratislava, where Kossuth made a famous speech from, and which is today standing next to the Calvinist church of Cegléd. The city hall is constructed in an eclectic (Eclecticism in art) style, reflecting the taste of the early 20th century. The Lutheran church is built in neogothic style, while the Catholic Church (Roman Catholic Church) (Church of the Blessing of the Holy Cross) is a classicist one. Cegléd has five secondary schools: József Bem (Józef Bem) Polytechnic Vocational

built by the Cegléd Craftsmen's Union in eclectic style (Eclecticism in art). The centre has a theater, where many acting companies have played. Cegléd also has its own acting company and acting school named after the famous actress Irma Patkós, who lived in Cegléd. The centre gives place to the Cegléd Gallery, where mainly photos and paintings of local artists can be seen. The town features the annual Drum and Percussion Gala, which is a jazz event, as well as numerous jazz concerts


opening

Station phone +36 53 310605 (info, 24h) fax hours Cash desk opening hours: Workdays: 06.30–14.30, 1st to 6th day of each month: 06.15–16.15 price content Local lines on map (PDF). Interurban Lines destinations (far not all) '''Abony''' (E), Csemő (SW), Lajosmizse (SW), Tápiószőlős (N), Tápiószentmárton (N), Tápióbicske (N), Nagykáta, '''Szolnok'''. - Long distance lines which passing Cegléd are: Budapest– Szolnok

phone +36 53 500285 fax +36 53 500286 hours Opening hours: mid June-Aug Mo-Fr: 8:00-16:00, Sa: 9:00-14:00, Sep-mid Jun Mo-Fr: 8:00-16:00, Sat, Sun: Closed price content Tourist information office of Cegléd. Up to date infos about sights, accomodations, services. Free maps leaflets. Buy some souvenirs. Organize tours, bookings. '''Spoken languages''': English, German. See Churches thumb Evangelical Church (File:Cegléd 009.JPG) *

lat 47.1699 long 19.7986 directions Cose to Evangelical Church phone +36 53 321068 fax +36 53 321068 hours Opening hours: M-F 10-16, weekend by booking price content shows the history of jazz drumming from the turn of the century to the present day. Instrument catalogues, music books, scores, concert and teaching videos, audio material, photo archive. Percussion instruments for visitors to try out in a music room. *


teaching videos

lat 47.1699 long 19.7986 directions Cose to Evangelical Church phone +36 53 321068 fax +36 53 321068 hours Opening hours: M-F 10-16, weekend by booking price content shows the history of jazz drumming from the turn of the century to the present day. Instrument catalogues, music books, scores, concert and teaching videos, audio material, photo archive. Percussion instruments for visitors to try out in a music room. *


acting

built by the Cegléd Craftsmen's Union in eclectic style (Eclecticism in art). The centre has a theater, where many acting companies have played. Cegléd also has its own acting company and acting school named after the famous actress Irma Patkós, who lived in Cegléd. The centre gives place to the Cegléd Gallery, where mainly photos and paintings of local artists can be seen. The town features the annual Drum and Percussion Gala, which is a jazz event, as well as numerous jazz concerts


acting school

built by the Cegléd Craftsmen's Union in eclectic style (Eclecticism in art). The centre has a theater, where many acting companies have played. Cegléd also has its own acting company and acting school named after the famous actress Irma Patkós, who lived in Cegléd. The centre gives place to the Cegléd Gallery, where mainly photos and paintings of local artists can be seen. The town features the annual Drum and Percussion Gala, which is a jazz event, as well as numerous jazz concerts


modern style

with a tympanum supported by four Ionic columns. The frieze below the tympanum bears the inscription: "Come unto me all of you", *


unique modern

with a tympanum supported by four Ionic columns. The frieze below the tympanum bears the inscription: "Come unto me all of you", *

Cegléd

'''Cegléd''' is a city in Pest county (Pest County), Hungary, approximately southeast of the Hungarian capital, Budapest.

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