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Székesfehérvár is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Székesfehérvár. The city has a notable religious history, with Calvinist (Reformed) and Lutheran being important churches. It was also home to one of the world's first Esperanto associations, in which writer László Kalmár was active; he lived there from 1894 until his death in 1938. The name "Fehérvár" means "white castle". The Latin form Alba Regia ("White Royal City") was used as an official name for several centuries during that time. In Turkish, it is known as İstolni Belgrad ("the stone white castle"), while Slovaks know it under Stoličný Belehradský hrad or simply Belehradský hrad (literally: Stone White Castle).