Drégelypalánk is a village in Nógrád County, Hungary. It was first recorded in 1274 and was created as a merger of two settlements named Drégely and Palánk. The river Ipoly flows past the Börzsöny hills here. The village features a primary school, a cultural centre, a library, a sports ground and a gallery. Drégelypalánk has a medieval fortress that was erected by the Hont-Pázmány dynasty in the 13th century. In 1552 the fortification were defended against the advancing Turkish Army. Drégely is recorded as the site of a church dedicated to St. Elizabeth. During the Turkish Rule, South Slavic settlers came to the area while German immigrants arrived in the 18th century. More information...

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