List of places in Hungary whose names were changed

A list of settlements in Hungary whose name was changed during the 19-20th century. This list contains only settlements within the present-day borders of Hungary.

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Alsóbodony + Felsőbodony
Kétbodony
1902
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Balatonboglár + Balatonlelle
Boglárlelle
between 1979-1991
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Bedeg + Magyarkér
Bedegkér
1939
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Berektompaháza + Pórládony
Tompaládony
1941
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Büdösfa
Rózsafa
1896
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Bernece + Baráti
Bernecebaráti
1928
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Csernelháza + Damonya
Chernelházadamonya
1925
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Csév
Piliscsév
1954
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Dautova
Dávod
1905
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Dolány
Benczúrfalva
1927
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Dunapentele
Dunaújváros
between 1951 and 1961 Sztálinváros
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Egyházasszecsőd + Németszecsőd
Magyarszecsőd
1937
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Eszterháza
Fertőd
1950
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Geresd + Püspöklak
Geresdlak
1968
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Görögfalva
Beloiannisz
1952
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Gyoma + Endrőd
Gyomaendrőd
1982
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Győrszentmárton
Pannonhalma
1965
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Hajdúhadház + Téglás
Hadháztéglás
between 1984-1987 Hadháztéglás, 1987-1991 Hajdúhadháztéglás
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Harka
Magyarfalva
1947-1990 (original name restored in 1990)
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Hercegfalva
Mezőfalva
1951
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Hercegszabar
Székelyszabar
1950
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Hete + Fejércse
Hetefejércse
1977
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Hévízszentandrás + Egregy
Hévíz
1946
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Jankovác
Jánoshalma
1904
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Karácsonyszállás
Nagykarácsony
1952
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Kerca + Szomoróc
Kercaszomor
1942
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Kirva
Máriahalom
1936
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Kisczell + Nemesdömölk
Celldömölk
1903
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Koháryszentlőrinc
Nyárlőrinc
1950
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Lesencenémetfalu
Lesencefalu
1940
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Magyarújfalu + Németújfalu
Kétújfalu
1940
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Mateovics
Mátételke
1904 (medieval name restored)
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Mogyorós
Mogyorósbánya
1907
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Németbóly
Bóly
1950
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Németegres
Somogyegres
1931
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Németmárok
Márok
1950
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Németpalkonya
Palkonya
1950
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Németzsidány
Kiszsidány
1946
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Őrbajánháza + Senyeháza
Bajánsenye
1939
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Őrszentmiklós + Vácbottyán
Őrbottyán
1970
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Permise + Ritkaháza
Kétvölgy
between 1944-1946 Vashegyalja, 1946-1950 Vashegyalja and Ritkaháza, 1950-1951 Ritkaháza, since 1952 Kétvölgy
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Pernyepuszta
Petőfibánya
between 1945-1948 Pernyebánya
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Pestszenterzsébet
Pesterzsébet
until 1924 Erzsébetfalva, 1924-1932 Pesterzsébet, 1932-1950 Pestszenterzsébet, 1950-1990 Pesterzsébet
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Pestszentimre
Pestimre
between 1950 and 1990, old name restored
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Pestszentlőrinc
Pestlőrinc
between 1950 and 1990, old name restored
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Promontor
Budafok
1886
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Pusztaszentmihály
Rákosszentmihály
1902
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Püspökbogád
Bogád
1950
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Püspöklele
Maroslele
1950
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Püspökmárok
Erdősmárok
1950
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Püspöknádasd
Mecseknádasd
1950
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Püspökszenterzsébet
Erzsébet
1950
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Püspöktamási + Rábamolnári
Püspökmolnári
1948
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Rábakisfalud + Talapatka
Máriaújfalu
1934
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Rácgörcsöny
Cselegörcsöny
1932 (now part of Görcsönydoboka)
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Ráckozár
Egyházaskozár
1934
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Rácmecske
Erdősmecske
1934
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Rácpetre
Újpetre
1933
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Ráctöttös
Töttös
between 1933 and 1950 Hercegtöttös
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Riba
Ipolyszög
1906
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Sövényháza
Ópusztaszer
1973
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Szilasbalhás
Mezőszilas
1942
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Szolgaegyháza
Szabadegyháza
1948
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Tázlár
Prónayfalva
between 1907-1947, old name restored
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Tiszaszederkény
Tiszaújváros
between 1970 and 1991 Leninváros
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Tótszentpál
Somogyszentpál
1929
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Trázs
Őrhalom
1906
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Verőce + Kismaros
Verőcemaros
between 1975 and 1990
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Zsidó
Vácegres
1943


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