Gyorgy I Rakoczy (1593-1648) is a heroic figure in the history of Transcarpathia. After the death of Gabor Bethlen, in 1630, Gyorgy I became Prince of Transylvania. In 1633, he returned the property to the rakotsi family Mukachevsky castle. Famous for participating in the thirty Years ‘ war of 1618-1648 on the side of the Swedes and Frenchmen’s. In 1643, he managed to get rid of Habsburg’s most of Hungarian approaching the suburb of Presburg (now Bratislava), but succumbing to pressure, he concluded a truce with Austria. Concluded in 1645 the peace of Linz with Emperor Ferdinand III of Habsburg, guaranteed for Hungary freedom religion and the return of Protestants selected temples from them. Under the terms of the peace Gyorgy I rakotsi received seven personal property Hungarian Comitatus and the title of Imperial Prince for himself and his descendants.
At the end of his reign, Gyorgy I established friendly relations with relations with Bogdan Khmelnitsky planning to become the king of Speech with his help Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth after the death of Vladislav IV.
v Europe, for the population, the reign of Gyorgy I rakotsi was a quiet time. The reformer Prince and his wife, Zsuzsanna Lorentfi, took care of the welfare and education of citizens, granted privileges to their cities, and encouraged the development of crafts and trade. After the death of her husband of Zsuzsanna Lorantffy rebuilt Mukachevo castle, having built the middle and lower locks. Two coats of arms are carved in stone above the entrance to the tower the upper castle, belong to it and depict the combined coat of arms of Transylvania and the coat of arms of the Lorentfi fa
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