Mica, Cluj

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Mica
Mikeháza
Commune
Location of Mica
Location of Mica
Coordinates: 47°8′45″N 23°55′50″E / 47.14583°N 23.93056°E / 47.14583; 23.93056Coordinates: 47°8′45″N 23°55′50″E / 47.14583°N 23.93056°E / 47.14583; 23.93056
Country Romania
County Cluj County
Component villages Dâmbu Mare, Mănăstirea, Mica, Nireş, Sânmărghita, Valea Cireşoii, Valea Luncii
Population (2002)
 • Total 3,854

Mica (Hungarian: Mikeháza; German: Michelsdorf) is a commune in Cluj County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Dâmbu Mare (Nagydomb), Mănăstirea (Szentbenedek), Mica, Nireş (Szásznyíres), Sânmărghita (Szentmargita), Valea Cireşoii (Décseipataktanya) and Valea Luncii (Lunkatanya).

Mănăstirea village is the site of Kornis Castle.

Demographics[edit]

According to the census from 2002 there was a total population of 3,836 people living in this commune. Of this population, 70.77% are ethnic Romanians, 28.12% are ethnic Hungarians and 0.06% ethnic Romani.[1]

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