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Ócsa County House




Dwellings, Farming structures




The oldest part of Ócsa is the 'Old Village'. It is a real ethnographic curiosity with the Roman basilica built in the 13th century in the middle of the village. In 1975, the village part with 62 houses was declared protected since the structure of this part of the village is hundreds of years old. The small yard around the church hosts peasant houses of which he oldest was built towards the middle of the 18th century. The barns were not located in the yards of the houses but in the garden, just as the varied grinds. Since men often stayed in the barn for the night, it is also called the 'staying garden'. Due to the protection, there are six houses in the village that kept Hungarian architectural characteristics.


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