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Facts About Érd
Érd is a town in Pest County, Budapest metropolitan area, Hungary.
The area has been inhabited since ancient times. Archaeological findings indicate that prehistoric men lived here 50,000 years ago.
Érd itself was first mentioned in documents in 1243.
In 1776, Érd became an oppidum (town).
The Geographic Coordinates of Érd: 47.37837°N 18.92200°E
Érd is twinned with Levice, Slovakia; Lubaczów, Poland; Poynton, England, United Kingdom; Reghin, Romania & Xuzhou, China.
Notable people born in Erd Ádám Szabó, Ferenc Miákits, Ferenc Miákits, Ferenc Molnár, Rudolf Pap & Zita Szeleczky.
On November 7, 2005, the Parliament decided that Érd would be granted the rank of the city with county rights from the date of the next council election in autumn 2006.
The Estimated Population of Érd is 65,857.
The current mayor of Érd is László Csőzik, as of 2020.