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MOHOL/MOL

General information

 

Area

 68,1 km²

Population

 6786

Population density

 

Twin towns

 

Amorial bearings

 

History

 

The settlement was first mentioned in a document from 1230 with the names Moharewe, Moharewy, and Moharrywe. In 1701 Serbian families settled down in the area, and a year later Mol became a military rampart. After World War I and the Treaty of Trianon, the village was no longer within the Hungarian borders. Mol became part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes until World War II, and later, part of Yugoslavia. In 1944 the Serbian partisans butchered hundreds of Hungarians.