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The Reformed church of Acâș is one of the largest church in the Carpathian Basin, which has a basilica-like arrangement, and it also retained its original, Romanesque style features. The village belonged to Solnokul de mijloc and then to the Tășnad district of Sălaj (Szilágy) county and it was built on the plain of Crasna river and the still existing Reformed church was erected in the 12th and 13th centuries by the Ákos clan, located on their demesne, and it was meant to be the monastery of the family in order to serve as a mutual place for worship and burial for the widespread clan.
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