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Northern Hungary

Northern Hungary
Észak-Magyaroszág
Region
Country  Hungary
Capital city Miskolc
Area
 • Total 13,428 km2 (5,185 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 1,209,142
 • Density 90/km2 (200/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
NUTS code HU31
GDP per capita (PPS) € 9,600 (2006)[1]

Northern Hungary (Hungarian: Észak-Magyarország) is a region in Hungary. As a statistical region it includes the counties Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, Heves and Nógrád, but in colloquial speech it usually also refers to Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county. The region is actually in the north-eastern part of the country, but the northwestern part is usually referred to as Northern Transdanubian region. The region's centre and largest city is Miskolc.

Contents

  • Tourist sights 1
    • Castles 1.1
  • Cities and major towns 2
  • Some data 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Tourist sights

Elizabeth Square in Miskolc

Castles

Cities and major towns

Miskolc, Eger, Salgótarján, Ózd, Kazincbarcika, Mezőkövesd, Sárospatak, Sátoraljaújhely, Tiszaújváros, Tokaj, Gyöngyös, Szerencs, Hatvan, Balassagyarmat.

Some data

2000 : 6 774

2001 : 7 519 € 845 €

2002 : 8 028 € 509 €

2003 : 8 426 € 398 €

2004 : 9 064 € 638 €

2005 : 9 321 € 257 €

2006 : 9 572 € 251 €

2007 : 9 981 € 409 €

2000 : 1,54 births/woman

2001 : 1,47 births/woman

2002 : 1,45 births/woman

2003 : 1,41 births/woman

2004 : 1,42 births/woman

2005 : 1,44 births/woman

2006 : 1,49 births/woman

2007 : 1,45 births/woman

2008 : 1,49 births/woman

2009 : 1,47 births/woman

2000 : 10,1 %

2001 : 8,5%

2002 : 8,8%

2003 : 9,7%

2004 : 9,7%

2005 : 10,6%

2006 : 11,0%

2007 : 12,3%

2008 : 13,4%

2009 : 15,3%

Men :

2000: 66,20 year

2001: 66,73 year

2002: 66,68 year

2003: 66,68 year

2004: 66,97 year

2005: 66,84 year

2006: 67,37 year

2007: 67,54 year

2008: 67,90 year

2009: 68,37 year

Women :

2000 : 75,25 year

2001 : 76,26 year

2002 : 76,00 year

2003 : 75,84 year

2004 : 75,80 year

2005 : 75,93 year

2006 : 76,39 year

2007 : 76,43 year

2008 : 77,05 year

2009 : 76,70 year

See also

References

  1. ^ "GDP per inhabitant in 2006 ranged from 25% of the EU27 average in Nord-Est in Romania to 336% in Inner London" (PDF). Eurostat. 

External links

  • Official site of the Region of Northern Hungary

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