Outdoor museum at the Historical Kaposvar site at the town of Esterhazy (Saskatchewan, Canada).
It all began with Esterhazy who called himself a Hungarian Count and served as an immigration agent in 1886 to help settle 35 Hungarian families in the Kaposvar district, south of the present-day Esterhazy. The Kaposvar colony flourished and the Esterhazy area soon became known as a viable agriculture region for later waves of immigrants (Canadian Historical Site).
Featured in Canadian Historical and Pioneer Sites Group (14/06/2010)
FEATURED IN HISTORIC PLACES GROUP