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Location of Bălăușeri
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Bălăușeri (Hungarian: Balavásár; Hungarian pronunciation: [bɒlɒvaːʃaːr]; German: Bladenmarkt) is a commune in Mureș County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Agrișteu, Bălăușeri, Chendu, Dumitreni, Filitelnic and Senereuș.
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The village was in the northern reaches of Küküllő County in Transylvania, just over the border from the Székely Land; the county was split in the 1876 administrative reform, and thereafter the village belonged to Kis-Küküllő County in the Kingdom of Hungary. After the 1920 Treaty of Trianon, it became part of Romania along with the rest of Transylvania.
According to the 2011 Census, the commune has a population of 4,698 of which 3,195 (68.01%) are Hungarians, 905 (17.58%) Romanians, 662 (14.09%) Roma and 10 Germans. Bălăușeri village has a population of 1228 people.