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Area  8.05 km²
Population  219 (2004)
Local time  Tuesday 3:07 PM
Area code  84
Teleki
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Teleki is the name of a Hungarian noble family. It means "from Maros-Telek (and Szék)" or "allotments."

Contents

Map of Teleki, 8626 Hungary

People

  • Teleki (de Szék) family (hu)
  • Count Mihály Teleki (1634–1690), chancellor of Transylvania (hu)
  • Count Sámuel Teleki (de Szék) (1739–1822), chancellor of Transylvania, founder of the Teleki library
  • Count Ádám Teleki de Szék (1789–1851), honvéd general in the revolution of 1848 (hu)
  • Count József Teleki de Szék (1790 – 1855), jurist and historian, first President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Count László Teleki IV (de Szék) (1811–1861), politician and writer
  • Count Géza Teleki de Szék (1843 – 1913), Hungarian politician
  • Count Sámuel Teleki (de Szék) (1845–1916), explorer
  • Countess Margit Teleki de Szék (1860–1922), Hungarian noblewoman and prime minister's wife
  • Count Pál Teleki (de Szék) (1879–1941), prime minister of Hungary
  • Count Mihály Teleki de Szék (1896 – 1991), Hungarian politician
  • Count Géza Teleki de Szék (1911–1983), athlete, politician, academic geologist
  • Pál Teleki (1906 -1985), Hungarian footballer
  • Gyula Teleki (born Tiegelmann, 1928), a Hungarian national football player, coach
  • Place names

  • Teleki, a village in Somogy county
  • Other

  • Teleki(-Bolyai) Library (est. 1802) (Latin: Bibliotheca Telekiana)
  • Teleki Blanka Gymnasium (est. 1873), school in Budapest
  • References

    Teleki Wikipedia


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