Sarvar, in Hungary`s Western Transdanubia region, has been tied very closely to many noteworthy moments in Hungarian culture, such as the publication of the first Hungarian book using the Gutenberg printing press, a translation of the New Testament, in 1541. The printing press was located in Nadasdy Castle, owned by the family of the same name. Today, Sarvar, located on the Raba River, is known for its collection of thermal spas, which offer medicinal water for bathing and consumption. Artifacts from Sarvar`s past are displayed at the Ferenc Nadasdy Museum.
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