Mănăstireni

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For the village of Mânăstireni in Botoşani County, see Unţeni.
Mănăstireni
Commune
Location of Mănăstireni
Location of Mănăstireni
Coordinates: 46°46′53″N 23°4′59″E / 46.78139°N 23.08306°E / 46.78139; 23.08306Coordinates: 46°46′53″N 23°4′59″E / 46.78139°N 23.08306°E / 46.78139; 23.08306
Country Romania
County Cluj County
Component villages Ardeova, Bedeciu, Bica, Dretea, Mănăstireni, Mănăşturu Românesc
Population (2002)
 • Total 1,797

Mănăstireni (Hungarian: Magyargyerőmonostor; German: Ungarisch-Deutschklosterdorf) is a commune in Cluj County, Romania, located on the Căpuș River. It is composed of six villages: Ardeova (Erdőfalva), Bedeciu (Bedecs), Bica (Kalotabikal), Dretea (Deréte), Mănăstireni and Mănăşturu Românesc (Felsőgyerőmonostor).

It is known for its churches, some of them made in wood.

Demographics[edit]

According to the census from 2002 there was a total population of 1,809 people living in this commune. Of this population, 85.90% are ethnic Romanians, 10.94% are ethnic Hungarians and 3.15% ethnic Romani.[1]

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References[edit]

  • Atlasul localităţilor judeţului Cluj (Cluj County Localities Atlas), Suncart Publishing House, Cluj-Napoca, ISBN 973-86430-0-7