Csepel

For the defunct Hungarian automaker see: Csepel (automobile) Csepel (Tschepele) is the 21st district and a neighbourhood in Budapest, Hungary. Csepel officially became part of Budapest on 1 January 1950. == Location == Csepel is located at the northern end of Csepel Island in the Danube, and covers one tenth of the island`s area. Being on an isla....
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Csepel

[automobile] Csepel is a Hungarian manufacturer of trucks for industrial use. ==History== In 1944 the Steyr 380 truck was designed in Austria, licensing Csepel lorries and engines. Production of the MÁVAG and the RÁBA lorries stopped after nationalization in 1946. In 1947 Hungary bought the licence for the Steyr 380 lorry, D413 and D613 e...
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Csepel

Csepel (che'pel) , island, c.100 sq mi (260 sq km), 30 mi (48 km) long, in the Danube, N central Hungary, just S of Budapest. In the northern section are the city and harbor of the same name, and there is an international free port. An industrial suburb of Budapest, the city of Csepel has ironwo...
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Csepel

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