Budaörs, Hungary

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Budaörs (German: Wudersch, Croatian: Jerša, Erša or Vundeš) is a town in Pest County, west of District 11, Budapest metropolitan area, and has about 28,400 inhabitants. The town lies among the Buda Hills and the Tétény Plateau in the Budaörs Basin. The town is split by M1, M7 motorways.

Budaörs is a commuter town to the west from Budapest. Several large retail stores pay taxes to the local council, so much so that Budaörs is the richest town of Hungary. The history of the city reaches back to the 13th century. In 1921, the Battle of Budaörs was the last attempt to restore the Habsburg Empire. Budaörs was elevated to town status in 1986.

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