Municipality settlements

Martonoš  The village of Martonoš is an old settlement with a very interesting history. It was mentioned for the first time in 1237 in a document related to a monastery of Mortinus (St. Martin). There are also records from 1335 about a noblemen from Martonos (for example Bekus, son of Lorinc of Martonos and Pescenyi Istvan of Martonos). The settlement was also mentioned by a Hungarian poet...
Male Pijace (Hungarian: Kispiac) is a village founded on the crossroads, which makes it an ideal marketplace. The land at Male Pijace is good for agricultural production of cereal, fruit, corn, wine as well as for cattle breeding. Every last Sunday of the month a big village fair takes place in Male Pijace. Visitors can buy various products,  peaces of wooden furniture and decoration, home made...
Horgoš is the most northern village of Vojvodina Region in Serbia. The busiest state border crossing in the country is Horgoš – Roszke state border crossing between Serbia and Hungary.  The village and its surrounding are rich with valuable archeological sites. The archeological site of Crkvine is registrated as a cultural heritage of great importance.  Horgoš was first mentioned in 11th century...
Velebit  Velebit is small village on the edge of the loess plateau, on the height of 106 m above the sea level. The village is a relatively young settlement, founded after World War I, when the land was given to military volunteers from Lika Region in Croatia. The settlement was called after the original Region`s highest mountain – Velebit.    Vojvoda Zimonjić  Vojvoda Zimonjić is a small...
The village of Totovo Selo is 23 km away from Kanjiza. It is an oasis of greenery and peace. The founding of Totovo Selo is closely related to a landlord from Kanjiža Tóth József. Not having any children draw him to a decision to divide his land among his workers. Later, in 1905 he built the St. Joseph’s church, which still plays the central role in the villager’s everyday life. The economic...
Orom The  village of Orom is named after the Hungarian name of the Telečki leoss plate, on which it is located.  Orom was founded in late 19th century.  The symbol of this area were 11 windmills. Only one windmill still exists, so called „Bajus mill“ built in 1889. The windmill had been used until the 60`s of the 20th century. Afterwards it was abandoned, as well as the farm that stood beside...
According to the archeological findings, the area of Trešnjevac (Hungarian: Oromhegyes) was settled in prehistoric period. The village that exists today was built in the 19th century, when tobacco growers and shepherds were settled in the area. Hungarian cultural heritage is cherished by the “Petefi Sandor“ cultural organization. The area is uncommonly hilly. The most important is Bergels‘ Hill...
Adorjan is one of the oldest settlements in the whole Bačka Region. In the Middle Ages the village had several monasteries. The latest settlement was founded about 150 years ago. People live from growing tobacco, paprika and cereal. Adorjan is well known for tobacco and the peaceful bank of the Tisa River, ideal for fishermen.    (www.kanjiza.rs)

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