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Coat of arms of AcsaAcsa is a village in Pest County, at the foot of the Cserhát hills by the upper River Galga in Pest County, near the border with Nógrád County. Most residents are Slovakian. The first known mention of the village as "Acha" was in 1341. At that time the village was owned by the Achai family and from 1422 it was the Palatine Miklós Garai's property. During Turkish rule (see Ottoman Hungary) the village was demolished, but later on Slovakians settled. From 1730 the village was the Prónay family's land. In 1944 two Jewish families lived here and were deportated. [February 2009]

Cemetery: [February 2009]

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