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Budapest, Central Hungary, Hungary (47.48139 19.14607)
The wide Danube was always fordable at this point because of a small number of islands in the middle of the river. The city has marked topographical contrasts: Buda is built on the higher river terraces and hills of the western side, while the considerably larger Pest spreads out on a flat and featureless sand plain on the river's opposite bank. Pest's terrain rises with a slight eastward gradient, so the easternmost parts of the city lie at the same altitude as Buda's smallest hills, notably Gellért Hill and Castle Hill.
Adorjánpuszta, Somogyapáti, Szigetvári járás, Baranya, Southern Transdanubia, Transdanubia, 7922, Hungary (46.09483 17.74952)
Coordinates: 46.07837 17.71688 46.11244 17.77652 - Minimum elevation: 113 m - Maximum elevation: 215 m - Average elevation: 138 m
Kismórichida, Mórichida, Téti járás, Győr-Moson-Sopron, Western Transdanubia, Transdanubia, 9131, Hungary (47.50994 17.43930)
Coordinates: 47.47756 17.38536 47.54226 17.49964 - Minimum elevation: 110 m - Maximum elevation: 168 m - Average elevation: 123 m
Pusztamarót, Nyergesújfalu, Esztergomi járás, Komárom-Esztergom, Central Transdanubia, Transdanubia, 2536, Hungary (47.71038 18.53344)
Coordinates: 47.65551 18.49546 47.76601 18.61452 - Minimum elevation: 102 m - Maximum elevation: 645 m - Average elevation: 224 m
Nagypród, Hajdúböszörmény, Hajdúböszörményi járás, Hajdú-Bihar, Northern Great Plain, Great Plain and North, 4074, Hungary (47.74346 21.30127)
Coordinates: 47.69110 21.23268 47.79730 21.36778 - Minimum elevation: 84 m - Maximum elevation: 104 m - Average elevation: 88 m