Adony ( German: Adam ) is a city on a small area within Adony of Fejér county in Hungary. Adony is the administrative headquarters of the retail area, and since 1989 the city. In 2009, 3,839 residents living on an area of ​​61.05 km ².

Adony is located on the west bank of the Danube.

The M6 motorway to Budapest runs along the western edge of Adony.

The most valuable historical legacy is the largely destroyed by the Danube, but scientifically interesting Roman frontier fort Vetus Salina, which has, however, left as a monument no floor above ground visible traces. Today, the substance of the resulting round the Castle camp village ( vicus ) is severely threatened by modern redevelopment.


  • Germany Upper Weser, Germany, since 1995
  • Poland Szczekociny, Poland
  • Romania Cehu Silvaniei, Romania