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    View from Rampart

    by katalin Updated Nov 13, 2012

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    The rampart almost 300 meters long NE-SW direction edifice erected by the people of the Hallstatt culture of the early Iron Age (700 BC - BC. 400).
    Earthwork rampart built to protect the area cultivated or never incorporated, but the II. north end of World War trenches, machine gun posts were dug.

    The ramparts of the area is beautiful and the most extensive, original ancient loess vegetation. The loess grasslands characterized by flowers in May and June breathtaking splendor, but in late June, July, dry up.
    The valleys are often observed in roe deer, wild boar and foxes.

    The number of seed-eating thorn bush and insect-eating songbird nests, such as the black-throated cigánycsuk (Saxicola torquata), or the nightingale õszapó (Aegithalos) but hunt in the hawk and the hawk as well.
    Careful observation of our country's largest-bodied lizard green lizard hiding in the grass can be seen.

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    Walk through the rampart walls

    by katalin Updated Nov 13, 2012

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    The rampart almost 300 meters long NE-SW direction edifice erected by the people of the Hallstatt culture of the early Iron Age (700 BC - BC. 400).

    Earthwork rampart built to protect the area cultivated or never incorporated, but the II. north end of World War trenches, machine gun posts were dug.

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    Prescott Hill: Earthwork and Valley Brick Factory

    by katalin Updated Nov 13, 2012

    The Erd Százhalombatta and brick factories rising between the two settlements of cross-border area into several parts separated. This includes the ERD Ófalu Kakukk Hill, the ERD Százhalombatta high banks of the Iron Age fortification, fortress from the Iron Age, the Bronze Age fortified settlement and the Valley Brick Factory.
    The Brick Factory Valley NW-SE direction, multi-branched, 800 meters long, uninhabited and uncultivated land. It worked in the southeast corner of the former brick factory Százhalombatta.

    The steep slopes of the valley system is one of the finest and most extensive loess vegetation. The lawn is a special plant in the country is living in deres szádorgó (Orobanche caesia Rchb.) , with purple-violet flowers bloom in late May.

    The narrow-leaved plants of the loess grasslands typical couch-grass, fescue grasslands of the Hungarian thyme and the fragrant wild sage, buglyos kocsord (Peucedanum alsaticum), festõ csülleng (Isatis tinctoria), and are home to the largest population is highly protected by the csikófark (Ephedra distachya)well.

    The area is rich in wildlife, is shown in a specially protected species and 124 only. Notable number of cutworm species, rare in Hungary squat yellow grass owl and the owl tüskéslábú (Protoschinia scutosa).

    Featured is a large fire, the orange butterfly. The highly protected high-eater part of the upper edge of Valy live in burrows. Hidden Valley flights at building sites, badgers and foxes, but living in rabbits and hares, deer, martens, and even Buzzard.

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    Bronze Age earthwork

    by katalin Written Nov 8, 2012

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    Százhalombatta and Érd the Loess Plateau, located between the geographical location of the area reported a high settle, the man took advantage of the proximity of the Danube, in the loess hills of the opportunities offered. The first settlement of the Early Bronze Age (for men Nagyrév culture) established around 2200 BC. This is the Middle Bronze Age (Vatya the culture at the time) around 1800 BC with rampart and trenc confirmed shaped earthwork. The approx. 300 meters long and 150 meters wide, densely populated settlements existed for hundreds of years for the new houses built above the ruins. , Earthwork resulting Százhalombatta site called the 6-meter thick layer of lines of Bronze Age settlement.

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    Beliczay island

    by katalin Written Nov 8, 2012

    Beat the eastern boundary encompassing the Danube River foreshore fit about 9 km long and 2-3 km wide low-lying probability space, floodplain sediment-covered landscapes Érd Oldtown Háros cover slightly curved shape

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