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Puconci ([ˈpuːtsɔntsi]; in older sources also Pucinci, Hungarian: Battyánd, Prekmurje Slovene: Püconci, German: Putzendorf) is a town and a municipality in the Prekmurje region in northeastern Slovenia. Prior to 1920 it was known as Battyánd, Hungary. The majority of the population is Lutheran, making Puconci one of the few Slovenian municipalities where the majority of the population belongs to a non-Catholic denomination. There is a Lutheran church in the middle of the settlement, built in 1784, the first Lutheran church in the region of Prekmurje. It was rebuilt and restyled in 1909. Prominent natives and residents of Puconci include the writers István Lülik, Sándor Terplán, Rudolf Czipott, and Ferenc Berke, and the politician Feri Horvat.
Cities, towns & villages in Puconci
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PuconciPuconci (pronounced [ˈpuːtsɔntsi]; in older sources also Pucinci, Hungarian: Battyánd, Prekmurje Slovene: Püconci) is a town and a municipality in the Prekmurje region in northeastern Slovenia. Prior to 1920 it was known as Battyánd, Hungary. The majority of the population is Lutheran, making Puconci one of the few Slovenian municipalities where the majority of the population belongs to a non-Catholic denomination. There is a Lutheran church in the middle of the settlement, built in 1784, the first Lutheran church in the region of Prekmurje. It was rebuilt and restyled in 1909. Show Puconcion the map
MačkovciMačkovci (pronounced Hungarian: Mátyásdomb) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. The section of the Slovenian Railways line between Murska Sobota and Hodoš runs through the village. Show Mačkovcion the map
PečarovciPečarovci (pronounced in older sources also Sveti Sebeštjan, Hungarian: Szentsebestyén) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There are two churches in the settlement. The Roman Catholic parish church is dedicated to Saint Sebastian and was built in 1824. It has a single nave with a polygonal apse and a belfry on its eastern side. It belongs to the Diocese of Murska Sobota. The second church is an Lutheran church built north of the main settlement in the hamlet of Gorenšček. Show Pečarovcion the map
BokračiBokrači (pronounced [ˈboːkɾatʃi]; in older sources also Bokreči, Hungarian: Bokrács) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. It is divided into Spodnji Bokrači (or Spodnja Ves, Slovene: Spodnja ves) with the Fartel, Mlinar, Vukon, and Žagar farms, Zgornji Bokrači (or Zgornja Ves, Slovene: Zgornja ves) with the hamlets of Talaberov Breg and Žgonjarov Breg, and the hamlets of Duge Gomile and Malačičevi. Show Bokračion the map
LemerjeLemerje (pronounced [ˈleːmɛɾjɛ]; Hungarian: Nyíreslehomér) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There are two chapels in the settlement. The Lutheran chapel, built in the Neogothic style in 1925, is on the north side of the main road. The Catholic chapel was built in 1928, also in the Neogothic style, and is dedicated to the Holy Cross. Show Lemerjeon the map
PuževciPuževci (pronounced [ˈpuːʒɛu̯tsi]; in older sources also Pužovci, Hungarian: Pálmafa) is a small village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There is a small neogothic chapel by the village cemetery. It was built in 1890 and has a three-story belfry. Show Puževcion the map
VanečaVaneča (pronounced [ˈʋaːnɛtʃa]; Hungarian: Vaslak) is a settlement north of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There is a small neoromanesque chapel in the settlement. It was built in the early 20th century and has a three-story belfry with arched windows on all sides. Show Vanečaon the map
AndrejciAndrejci (pronounced [anˈdɾeːi̯tsi]; Hungarian: Andorhegy) is a settlement north of Martjanci in the Municipality of Moravske Toplice in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There is a small Lutheran chapel with a three-storey belfry in the settlement. It was built in 1925. Show Andrejcion the map
VidonciVidonci (pronounced [ˈʋiːdɔntsi]; Hungarian: Vidorlak) is a village in the Municipality of Grad in the Prekmurje region of northeastern Slovenia. There is a small chapel in the settlement dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It was built in 1888. Show Vidoncion the map
StrukovciStrukovci (pronounced Hungarian: Sűrűház) is a settlement in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. It is divided into the hamlets of Zgornji Strukovci ('Upper Strukovci') and Spodnji Strukovci ('Lower Strukovci'). Show Strukovcion the map
KuštanovciKuštanovci (pronounced Hungarian: Gesztenyés) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There is a small chapel with a belfry by the village cemetery, built in the early 20th century. Show Kuštanovcion the map
DankovciDankovci (pronounced [daŋˈkoːu̯tsi]; Hungarian: Őrfalu) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. The section of the Slovenian Railways line from Murska Sobota to Hodoš runs through the village. Show Dankovcion the map
BrezovciBrezovci (pronounced Hungarian: Vasnyíres) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There is a small chapel in the centre of the village with a three-story belfry. Show Brezovcion the map
PoznanovciPoznanovci (pronounced Hungarian: Pálhegy) is a dispersed village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There is a small Lutheran church in the settlement. Show Poznanovcion the map
PredanovciPredanovci (pronounced in older sources also Bradanovci, Hungarian: Rónafő) is a roadside village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Predanovcion the map
MoščanciMoščanci (pronounced in older sources also Moštjanci, Hungarian: Musznya) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Moščancion the map
Prosečka VasProsečka Vas (pronounced [pɾɔˈseːtʃka ˈʋaːs]; Slovene: Prosečka vas, Hungarian: Kölesvölgy) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Prosečka Vason the map
GoricaGorica (pronounced [ˈɡoːɾitsa]; Hungarian: Halmosfő) is a small roadside village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Goricaon the map
ZenkovciZenkovci (pronounced Hungarian: Zoltánháza) is a settlement in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Zenkovcion the map
ŠalamenciŠalamenci (pronounced [ʃaˈlaːmɛntsi]; Hungarian: Salamon) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Šalamencion the map
BeznovciBeznovci (pronounced [bɛˈznoːu̯tsi]; Hungarian: Búzahely) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Beznovcion the map
OtovciOtovci (pronounced [ˈoːtɔu̯tsi]; Hungarian: Ottóháza) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Otovcion the map
DolinaDolina (pronounced [ˈdoːlina]; Hungarian: Völgyes) is a village in the Municipality of Puconci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Dolinaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Puconci
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PuconciPuconci (pronounced [ˈpuːtsɔntsi]; in older sources also Pucinci, Hungarian: Battyánd, Prekmurje Slovene: Püconci) is a town and a municipality in the Prekmurje region in northeastern Slovenia. Prior to 1920 it was known as Battyánd, Hungary. The majority of the population is Lutheran, making Puconci one of the few Slovenian municipalities where the majority of the population belongs to a non-Catholic denomination. There is a Lutheran church in the middle of the settlement, built in 1784, the first Lutheran church in the region of Prekmurje. It was rebuilt and restyled in 1909.Show on map