Marosszék

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Marosszék
Seat of the Székely Land
12th century–1876

Coat of arms of Marosszék

Coat of arms

Capital Marosvásárhely
History
 -  Settlement of the Székelys 12th century
 -  Administrative reform of the Kingdom of Hungary 1876
Population
 -  1867 91,008 
Today part of Romania
Târgu Mureș is the current name of the capital.

Marosszék (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈmɒroʃ.seːk]) was one of the seats in the historical Székely Land. It was named after the Maros, a river with the biggest discharge in the seat.

Population[edit]

The religious make-up of Marosszék in 1867 was the following:

  • Total: 91,008

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  • Orbán, Balázs (1868). A Székelyföld leírása. Pest: Panda és Frohna Könyvnyomdája.