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A hardly-beaten pathway to Hungary through the Serbian-Hungarian border. These narrow gates open once a year for local communities to meet their relatives. For older people these events have been the one and only feasibility to make way to near kins and to cemeteries or to other places of worship in the vicinity. Although, citizens living in a 50 kms wide strip along the border can avail of a special passport allowing limited access to the neighbouring non-Schengen country, and likewise, citizens along the border in a non-Schengen country can avail of the same passport to enter the Schengen -zone
The once important railway line of Szabadka (Subotica) fading into the asphalt. Szabadka was a very important railway node in the Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy, connecting lines coming from as much as five directions