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.
Thursday, 24 October 2013
#297/365 645th this year
Kecskemét was first mentioned in a document in 1368; so to mark the 600th anniversary , sculptor Viktor Kalló was commissioned and this sculpture was erected in 1968. No title of this sculpture could be found...