|Capital city (Reședință de județ)||Miercurea Ciuc|
|Ceased to exist||Administrative and Constitutional Reform in 1938|
|• Land||4,993 km2 (1,928 sq mi)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
Ciuc County covered 4,993 km2 and was located in central part of Greater Romania, in Transylvania. Currently, the territory that comprised Ciuc County is now part of Harghita County. In the interwar period, the county neighbored Odorhei County to the west, Mureș County to the north, Neamț County and Bacău County to the east, and Trei Scaune County to the south.
Administratively, Ciuc County was divided into four districts (plăși):
Later the Tulgheș district was created.
According to the Romanian census of 1930 the population of Ciuc County was 145,806, of which 82.7% were ethnic Hungarians, 14.4% ethnic Romanians, and 1.6% Jews. Classified by religion: 81.3% were Roman Catholic, 13.8% Greek-Catholic, 1.7% Jewish, 1.9% Reformed (Calivinist), and 1.3% Orthodox Christian.
In 1930 the urban population of Ciuc County was 15,162, which included 83.8% Hungarians, 8.1% Romanians, and 5.6% Jews by ethnicity. The religious mix of the urban population was 78.9% Roman Catholic, 5.9% Jewish, 4.5% Greek-Catholic, 4.2% Reformed, 4.0% Eastern Orthodox, and 1.2% Armenian Catholic.
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