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Szazhalombatta (Százhalombatta)

Let’s set off from Budapest in a south-westerly direction. We are in for a trip back in time... several thousand years! Visitors to Szazhalombatta come upon Iron Age relics of the so-called Hallstadt culture. More than 100 tumuli preserve the remains of Iron Age dwellers who lived hereabouts.

Let’s set off from Budapest in a south-westerly direction. We are in for a trip back in time... several thousand years! Visitors to Szazhalombatta come upon Iron Age relics of the so-called Hallstadt culture. More than 100 tumuli preserve the remains of Iron Age dwellers who lived hereabouts.
Huge pyres were set ablaze on the Danube embankment in honour of those recently deceased, and their ashes were then hidden away in the mounds made to carefully planned designs. One such grave has survived in pristine condition, allowing archaeologists to reconstruct accurately the burial customs of yore; deep in the tumulus visitors can trace (aided by sound and light effects) the course of a burial ceremony as performed 4000 years ago.
What’s more, it has been possible to reconstruct not only the burial ceremonies but the everyday life of Iron Age society too: house reconstructions, furnishings and clothing, and the very meals eaten in millennia past. The third Sunday in every month from May to September is given over to a Family Day when groups and individual visitors will find the archaeological park offering special family-oriented programmes.
Some more information about Szazhalombatta from the website of the city:

Recognizing the geographical situation and the fascinating beauty of the region, groups of people have already settled in this area four thousand years ago in the Neolithic Age. On the plateau stretching over the River Danube in the Old Town, the population of the Bronze Age built an earthwork, the defence of which was ensured by the river in the north-east, by the deep valley in the south and by a rampart in the west. The earthwork was inhabited for almost six hundred years, the layers of the settlements deposited on one another amount to a depth of up to six meters.
This is the so called tell settlement. In the 7-6th centuries B.C. it is the easter branch of the Hallstatt-culture that appeared in the region. The burrial place of the significant persons of the culture?s population is the tumulus graveyard with its 120 mounds. The six-hectar territory presently functions as an Archeological Park. It is in this pre-historic open-air museum, unique in the whole of Europe, that the 2,700-year-old tumulus was excavated, reconstructed and inaugurated in April, 1998 by the Prime Minister of Hungary, Árpád Göncz.
In the tumulus, the remains of a crypt can be viewed accompanied by a spectacular multi-media presentation. With the help of sound and light effects, the visitors can get acquainted with the funeral rite and beliefs of the era.
 

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