Ajka

(from the article `Veszprém`) ...counties of Hungary until the 1980s, owing to its developed mining, chemical industry, and aluminum foundry, as well as the famed manufacturing of ...
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Ajka

Ajka (-) is a city in Hungary with about 35,000 inhabitants. It is situated in the hills of Bakony. ==History== Around 1000 BCE the area was inhabited by Celts. By the 2nd century CE the territory was conquered by the Romans. The Hungarians occupied the area in the early 10th century. The village Ajka was named after the Ajka clan, which, in turn,...
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