List of regions of Hungary

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There are seven statistical regions of Hungary created in 1999 by the Law 1999/XCII amending Law 1996/XXI. Regions are groupings of the 19 counties and the capital city.


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Regions of Hungary
Name of the regionRegional centre Area
2016 [1]
Northern Hungary (Észak-Magyaroszág) Miskolc 13,4281,153,71486
Northern Great Plain (Észak-Alföld) Debrecen 17,7491,474,38383
Southern Great Plain (Dél-Alföld) Szeged 18,3391,262,93669
Central Hungary (Közép-Magyarország) Budapest 6,9192,993,948433
Central Transdanubia (Közép-Dunántúl) Székesfehérvár 11,2371,060,70394
Western Transdanubia (Nyugat-Dunántúl) Győr 11,209983,93388
Southern Transdanubia (Dél-Dunántúl) Pécs 14,169900,86864


Hungary belongs into the following euroregions:

(Counties sometimes only roughly correspond to euroregions, so overlap is possible.)

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