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The town of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan is reputed to be named for Count Paul Otto d'Esterhazy, an immigrant agent who was christened Johannes Packh, but at age 35 claimed he had "incontrovertible proof" that he was a Hungarian aristocrat of the Esterházy family. This claim was never recognized by the Esterházy family, one of the wealthiest families in Hungary. A year after making his claim, he immigrated to Saskatchewan, south of the current location of the town of Esterhazy, and in 1886 helped settle 35 Hungarian families, founding the colony of Kaposvar, named after the Hungarian city Kaposvár. The colony flourished, and many more immigrants settled the area as the years went by. In 1905 the town of Esterhazy was officially founded. Local restaurants include Subway, Crystal's Bistro, Mei's Family Restaurant, and Galaxy Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the city, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Esterhazy is located close to Ochapowace 71-72, Grayson No. 184, Saltcoats Regional Park, Marchwell and Churchbridge No. 211.
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- Longitude: -102°4'22.8
- Latitude: 50°39'12.24
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