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Inárcs is a township of 4439 residents spreading on 22.53 km² 35 kms form Budapest. Inárcs is the region’s newest township, yet, as a settlement, it has the longest history. Around its premises, there were a number of ancient cultures settled already in the Bronze Age. Its name was derived from an ancient Turkish word designating a “person of distinguished lineage.” The name first appeared in documents as “Inarch” in 1263AD.

 

Looking back on the township’s 800-year-old history, we can draw the conclusion that its development was defined not only by the nearness of the Capital but also by the area’s particular transportation conditions. In the Middle Ages, it was the “great road to Szeged,” which is called Öregországút (old pike) today, that linked Inárcs to the main thoroughfare of the country’s life. Its belated repopulation after the Ottoman occupation was aided by the establishment of the Budapest-Kecskemet train line in 1889. Its most recent revitalization is due to the effect of nearby highway M5. The township built a connecting road to this highway and so linked Inárcs into the traffic circulation of the region and brought major cities (Budapest, Kecskemet) into a convenient 30-minute distance.

 

Partly due to being favorable location along major transportation routes, which provide easy access to both the Capital and the nearest large city, Kecskemet, Inárcs has become one of the most dynamically developing townships in the region. Its population has increased by nearly 50% in the last six years.

 

On its south end, the township is bordered by the Ócsa Primeval Marshland; in the north, there is a 30000-hectare mixed forest with protected Juniper barrens. The township is attractive to new residents not only because of its ample recreational opportunities but, more importantly, because it offers plenty of construction space for both residential and industrial purposes and it has a full-service public utility system. The township’s next big infrastructural project is to complete paving of township-owned streets and roads.

Home page: www.inarcs.hu

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