Location of Șura Mică
|• Mayor||Marcu Mircea Dorel (Democratic Party)|
|• Total||49.48 km2 (19.10 sq mi)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
Șura Mică (German: Kleinscheuern; Hungarian: Kiscsűr) is a commune in the central part of Sibiu County, Romania. The commune is located immediately to the north of the city of Sibiu. It is composed of two villages, Rusciori (Reußdörfchen; Oroszcsűr) and Șura Mică.
- 1525: a school
- 1786: 613 people
- 1910: 1412 people
- 1990: 2550 people
The village was documented in 1323 as "Parvum Horreum" = Kleine Scheuer.
The village is known for the colorful "Trachten" of the traditional Saxon population dress for women and girls.
Name changes: Cleynschowern (ca. 1468).
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