|Obec Klin nad Bodrogom / Bodrogszög Municipality /|
It is the smallest settlement in the micro-region, very rich in historical artifacts.
It can be reached via Bodrogszerda place, Bodrszög zsák település.
The small village, where 200 people live, contains many interesting things.
The first written record of the church dating from 1381, although in the village church ruins, had existed earlier in the village.
Interestingly, the ruins of the Árpád - era temple, which had been nearly a thousand years old, could be a real tourist delicacies if they get a proper "brag".
Lajos Kossuth's summer home - his mansion is located here, which includes a riding school.
Here, Pál Kossuth and his nephew, Irma, the descendants of Lajos Kossuth, who put the utmost for the development of the village and for the livelihood of the people at Bodrogköz, were put to rest.
The tomb is in the area of the former old school, which is located in the middle of a large building that would be useful for tourism purposes in the future.
The statue of St John's on the road dates back to the 1800's, with columns decorated with chandeliers and neoclassical roses, but this is the II. World War II was destroyed.
It is a dead end of the Bodrog River that can be transformed into a true summer paradise, with some parts of it, the water and swamp vegetation silence.
With its beautiful, romantic landscape, leave the Bodrog Slovakia in the settlement and meet with the first Hungarian settlement in Upper Bavarian waters.
In the territory of Slovakia, it has been using the so-called "Torok" site for an open-air natural beach for years.
It is connected with the settlement by the commune of Felsőberecki, which is also the brotherhood of the village.
From this year, charging is regarded as a tourist crossing point, which means walking on foot and bicycling between settlements.
It is the lowest point in Slovakia, at an altitude of 94.3 meters.