Kecske means “goat” ; while mét refers to “district ” in Hungarian.
Kecskemét – the capital of Bács-Kiskun County – fusing all the beauty and values of the Great Plain is situated in the middle of Hungary, approximately 85 kms from Budapest.
Friday, 15 February 2013
#46/365 By rail
Kecskemét is well known for its wine, the fruits and farm animals. At the turn of 20th century, the railway was the main mode for transporting these products. I am not sure that is still the case these days; but I know that the line you see above is still useful to villagers around our town.