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47.58616°N 18.39485°E. Tatabánya (is a city of 70,333 inhabitants in NW Hungary in the Central Transdanubian region and capital of Komárom-Esztergom County. The city is located in the valley between the Gerecse and Vértes Mountains, about 34 mi from the capital. The city is a railway and road junction on M1 (also European routes E60, E75) motorway from Vienna to Budapest. The Vienna-Budapest railway line passes through the city. The town was formed on 10 October 1947 by uniting Alsógalla, Felsőgalla, Bánhida and Tatabánya and the new town became the seat of county Komárom in 1950 and became a county seat in 1991. Tatabánya was mainly a mining and industrial town. [September 2010]

I was in the Tatabanya cemetery and found only 10 graves. Source: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it [date ?].

JOWBR burial listings. [September 2010]

Tatabánya Jewish Cemetery is on Route 10, past Felsögalla on way to Budapest. Martyrs list from WWII is in cemetery. [March 2009]

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