Central Transdanubia

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Central Transdanubia

Közép-Dunántúl
Region
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Country Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
Capital city Székesfehérvár
Area
  Total11,237 km2 (4,339 sq mi)
Population
  Total1,104,841
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)
NUTS codeHU21
GDP per capita (PPS)€18,800 (2017) [1] very high · 3rd

Central Transdanubia (Hungarian : Közép-Dunántúl) is a statistical (NUTS 2) region of Hungary. The capital is Székesfehérvár. It is part of Transdanubia (NUTS 1) region. Central Transdanubia includes counties of Fejér, Komárom-Esztergom, and Veszprém.

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References

  1. Eurostat (26 February 2019). "GDP per capita in 281 EU regions in 2017". Europa web portal. Retrieved 27 February 2019.

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