This is Dunaújváros as well. After the world war 2. weve been under russian domination and then this place got a new name like Sztálinváros (Stalin-city) and it was the 'citadel of socialism in Hungary'. It got its new name after Stalin's death in 1961.
(I hope i didnt say stupidies)
On the road to Dunaujvaros (from the North, Szekesfehervar or Budapest) you might make a little detour to Tac. Here some intresting remains proove that this country was already inhabited by Romans, that also introduced the bathinghouses in Budapest (and with that all over the country).
Ive been to Dunaujváros at the first time in this year. That was a sad occasion. A great friend of mine had a brother but he unfortunately died very early in brain tumor. He was only 31 and he was a gynaecologist with a 3 yrs old daughter and a young wife in Dunaújváros. His funeral was in Budapest where his parents live but he was a big autograph collector and before he died he wanted to let his great autograph album for a museum in Dunaújváros. My friend told me he died - i was on the funeral as well - and he asked me to go there for the opening of the exhabition. Im a journalist so i ve written an article about it. Otherwise it was truely amazing.
Fondest memory: Without the directive of the plenitude there are Otto von Habsburg, Franz Joseph Strauss Helmut Kohl, Olaf Palme, Henry Kissinger, Ronald Reagan's pics and the pope, several astronauts, the king of Omán, Max Grundig, Henry Ford II., Pierre Cardin, Isaac Asimov, Frank Sinatra, Francis Ford Coppola, Omar Sharif, Charlton Heston, John Travolta, Bruce Willis, George Lucas, Withney Houston, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Mel Gibson, Harrison Ford and many many more. Authors, politicians, actors, musicians, sportsmen, kings, queens all over the world - personally to him. Everybody can see these pictures and autographs in Dunaújváros.