Graniţa cu Ungaria si Nadlac
Less than 50 kms from Arad...
In Romania Nadlac (Nadlak in slovakian)
In Hungary, Nagylak.
Are not the same name? similar? It is because before it was the same village, but after the First World War and the Trianon Teatry, Hungarian Empire was divided and decreased, thus was formed the new Romania among other countries or kingdoms that later would form Yugoslavia.
Then, previously the village had a textile mill, but after the war and its divisions, the factory stayed on the decreased Hungary and the houses belonged to Romania. Around the factory pepole began to construct their houses, becoming the zone a village, Nagylak.
Nowadays, Nadlac have around 8000 inhabitants, while Nagylak have about 600, and the factory does not exist anymore.
At least, there is a train from New-Szeged to Nagylak and another from Arad to Nadlac if you want to discover the zone and cross the frontier by walk.
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