Newest mail: 3 October 2011
I got this postcard from one of my students living in Lábatlan a small town in Komárom-Esztergom county. Interestingly, the town got its name when a Hungarian king was caught by the enemy and was chained together with one of his loyal soldiers. This soldier cut off his own leg so that the king could escape from custody. Later, the king gave the name to his soldier (Lábatlan means "without a leg") and donated him those lands that are around the settlement called Lábatlan.
Thanks for the postcard, Adam!