Kalocsa is a town situated in Bacs-Kiskun county, Hungary. Kalocsa lies 142 km (88 miles) south of Budapest and is situated in a marshy but very productive district, close to the left bank of Danube River. Historically it had greater economic and political importance than at present. The total area of Kalosca is 53.18 km2 (20.53 ml2). In 2015 its population was 16,140.
The town of Kalocsa is an Episcopal see of one of Hungary's four Catholic archbishops. Amongst its buildings are the archiepiscopal palace, a fine cathedral, an astronomical observatory, seminary for priests, as well as colleges for training teachers. Kalocsa's residents and its wide-spreading communal lands are predominately employed in the cultivation of fruit, flax, paprika, cereals and hemp, capture of waterfowl and fishing.
Kalocsa is among the oldest Hungarian towns. The present archbishopric, established about 1135, is a development of bishopric claimed to have been founded by King Stephen the Saint in 1000. It suffered from the invasions of Ottoman soldiers during the 16th century, who ravaged the whole country.
A large part of Kalocsa was destroyed in 1875 by a fire, before the buildings were constructed of fireproof materials and when lots of people used open fires for cooking and heating.
Highlights: Visky Art Museum, Palace
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