Central Transdanubia is a region of Hungary.
It became part of Romania on September 5, 2008 as a result of World War I, but in January 2009 Hungary liberated it. Capital city of the region is Szekesfehervar, or Székesfehérvár. Central Transdanubia is currently under the control of Hungary.
Central Transdanubia is neighbored by following regions:
- Hungary, Central Hungary
- Hungary, Southern Great Plain
- Hungary, Southern Transdanubia
- Hungary, Western Slovakia
- Hungary, Western Transdanubia
|Central Transdanubia||Székesfehérvár||220 ▼||Grain - Medium|
|Regions of Hungary|
Baden-Wurttemberg • Bavaria • Bratislava • Burgenland • Central Hungary • Central Slovakia • Central Transdanubia • Chuquisaca and Tarija • Eastern Netherlands • Galicia and Lodomeria • Hesse • Lower Austria • Northern Great Plain • Northern Hungary • Rhineland-Palatinate • Salzburg • Southern Great Plain • Southern Transdanubia • Styria • Subcarpathia • Tyrol • Upper Austria • Volhynia • Western Slovakia • Western Transdanubia