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A web camera online overlooking the street - the Way of the queen Elizabeth - in Chorna, Hungary. Chorna is a copper town in Gyor Moshon-Chopron, Hungary, located about 30 km west of Gyeur. It has a population of 10,663 (2010). The area of the city is 91.73 km2. The attraction of the city is the medieval Catholic Church, later rebuilt in the Baroque style.

The territory of Hungary was inhabited by people already in ancient times. Scientists have found here, near the village of Vertess dolsh, the remains of a prehistoric man who lived 350,000 years ago. For millennia, many peoples have settled on the vast expanses of the fertile Middle Danube plain: Kimmerians, Scythians, Celts, Illyrians, Gets, Germans, Slavs, Avars. At the end of the 1st century BC, the Celtic tribes inhabited, one of which, the Eravisks, lived in the area of present-day Budapest. Their main town, Aquincum, was located on the southern slope of Mount Gellert, almost in the center of the modern Hungarian capital.

The turn of the ancient and new era was marked by the onslaught of the Romans on the lands of the Eastern Celts. During the two wars (35-33 BC and 13-9 AD), the Roman legions were able to conquer most of the city. The vast Roman province of Pannonia was created here. For almost 400 years it had a great military and strategic importance for the Roman Empire, and Rome spared neither the forces nor the means to strengthen it. Thus, in 19 AD, a fortified Roman camp Aquinkum appeared on the site of the former Aquincum, and along the Danube stretched a powerful line of border fortifications separating the Roman world from the "barbaric".

From the second half of the 3rd part of the world, the situation of the eastern Roman provinces became more complicated. Waves of barbaric peoples repeatedly rolled on the borders of the empire, threatening to the ground to destroy the Roman civilization. For several decades, Pannonia ravaged the quads, marcomanns, pagans, sarmats, goths, carp, bastarnas, vandals, alans... The population fled in fear to the barbarians, once flowering cities were destroyed and overgrown with grass. Only a few fortresses, surrounded by powerful walls and towers, still served as protection to the legionnaires and the remains of Roman citizens. But the devastating invasion of the Huns, unprecedented in strength and impetuousness, finally erased all traces of the Roman stay.

The Hunns were soon replaced by other nations. The Germans were replaced by Slavs, Slavs - avars, who for a short time managed to create a strong state education - Avar Kaganat. His power spread throughout modern Hungary, and the Avarams were subject to vast lands from the Black Sea to the Alps and from the Elbe to the Adriatic. In 796, the Avar Kaganate fell under the blows of the Franks, and the remnants of the Avar gradually dissolved among the Slavic and German settlers who had flooded in the city.
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A live webcam broadcasts the street - Queen Elizabeth's Way (Erzsébet királyné útja) in the Hungarian city of Chorn. The street is named after the Austrian Empress Elizabeth of Bavaria.
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Live webcam from Andrássy street in the Hungarian city of Chorn. Chorna is a town in the Gyor-Moson-Sopron County of Hungary, located about 30 km west of Gyor.
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Live webcam with a view of Árpád street in the city of наorna. The webcam is located at Laky Dome utca 2. Árpád Street has its name in honor of the ruler of the Hungarians, the founder of the Arpad dynasty.
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Live webcam broadcasts the intersection of Soproni and Arany János streets in наorna, Hungary. Chorna is a town in the Gyor-Moson-Sopron County of Hungary, located about 30 km west of Gyor.
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