The Landscape through Kazinczy\'s eye

The four-part film shows the landscape where Zemplén and Bodrogköz meet from places where Kazinczy once may have looked around. From the Várhegy he could see both the plain and the neighbouring Szár-hegy, where the Trianon Monument stands now, and from the hill next to his mansion in Széphalom he could see Borša (Borsi), the birthplace of Ferenc Rákóczi II.