|• Total||71.08 km2 (27.44 sq mi)|
|• Density||160/km2 (420/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
|Area code||(+36) 74|
Tolna (German : Tolnau; Latin : Alta Ripa) is a town in Tolna County, Hungary. It lies about 10 kilometres (6 miles) north of Szekszárd and 135 kilometres (84 miles) south of Budapest.
Tolna is twinned with:
Tolna is an administrative county in present Hungary as it was of the former Kingdom of Hungary. It lies in central Hungary, on the west bank of the river Danube. It shares borders with the Hungarian counties Somogy, Fejér, Bács-Kiskun, and Baranya. The capital of Tolna county is Szekszárd. Its area is 3703 km2.
Baranya is a county in southern Hungary. It is part of the Southern Transdanubia statistical region and the historical Baranya region, which was a county (comitatus) in the Kingdom of Hungary dating back to the 11th century. Its current status as one of the 19 counties of Hungary was established in 1950 as part of wider Soviet administrative territorial reform following World War II. It is bordered by Somogy County to the northwest, Tolna County to the north, Bács-Kiskun County and the Danube to the east, and the border with Croatia to the south.
Szekszárd is a small city in southern Hungary and the capital of Tolna County. By population, Szekszárd is the smallest county capital in Hungary; by area, it is the second-smallest.
The House of Festetics or Feštetić in Croatian is the name of a historic family which dates back to 1566 of Hungarian counts and princes of Croatian origin. A prominent family during the Austro-Hungarian Empire, they are mostly known for the baroque Festetics Palace and the Viennese prince Tasziló Festetics.
The Székelys of Bukovina are a small Hungarian ethnic community with a complex history. They live today in the Tolna and Baranya counties of Hungary, in Hunedoara County in Romania and in the Serbian province of Vojvodina.
Tolna was an administrative county of the Kingdom of Hungary. Its territory, which was about the same as that of present Tolna county, is now in central Hungary. The capital of the county was Tolnavár and later Szekszárd.
Dombóvár is a town in Tolna County, Hungary.
Szorosad is a village in Somogy county, Hungary.
Gadács is a village in Somogy county, Hungary.
Kisdorog is a village in Tolna County, Hungary.
Kisvejke is a village in Tolna County, Hungary.
Kurd is a village in Tolna County, Hungary.
Lengyel is the highest inhabited village in Tolna County, Hungary. It is located between Bonyhád and Dombóvár. It was long held by the Apponyi family following its purchase by Count Antal György Apponyi in 1799.
Mucsi is a village in Tolna County, Hungary. The former German name was Mutsching.
Nagyszokoly is a village in Tolna County, Hungary.
Pincehely is a village in Tolna County, Hungary.
Závod(German: Seiwicht) is a village in Tolna County, Hungary.
Nagymányok is a town in Tolna County, Hungary.
Pörböly is a village in Tolna County, southern Hungary.
The 2nd constituency of Tolna County is one of the single member constituencies of the National Assembly, the national legislature of Hungary. The constituency standard abbreviation: Tolna 02. OEVK.