Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Felygyhaza, a town of Hungary, 66 miles S.E. of Pesth. It has a fine town-hall, and is noted for its great cattle-market. In the neighbourhood are vineyards, and fruit, corn, and tobacco are cul-i tivated. Many Roman urns and other relics have' been found. The town was destroyed by Turks in the 17th century, and for many years remained desolate.