Treznea

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Treznea
Commune
Wooden Church in Bozna
Wooden Church in Bozna
Treznea in Sălaj County
Treznea in Sălaj County
Treznea is located in Romania
Treznea
Treznea
Location of Treznea
Coordinates: 47°06′20″N 23°06′29″E / 47.10556°N 23.10806°E / 47.10556; 23.10806Coordinates: 47°06′20″N 23°06′29″E / 47.10556°N 23.10806°E / 47.10556; 23.10806
Country  Romania
County Sălaj County
Commune Treznea
Government
 • Mayor Emanoil-Ionel Stanciu (Democratic Liberal Party)
Area
 • Total 37.05 km2 (14.31 sq mi)
Population (2002)
 • Total 1,033
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Website www.ghidulprimariilor.ro/business.php/PRIMARIA-TREZNEA/109384/

Treznea (Hungarian: Ördögkút, lit. "The Devil's Fountain"; German: Teufelsbrunnen) is a commune in Sălaj County, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Bozna (Szentpéterfalva) and Treznea. These were part of Agrij Commune until 1995, when they were split off to form a separate commune.

History[edit]

It is the site of the Treznea massacre, which occurred on September 9, 1940, during the handing over of Northern Transylvania from Romania to Hungary, pursuant to the Second Vienna Award.

Population[edit]

Sights[edit]

Treznea Village
  • Wooden Church in Bozna, built in the 18th century, historic monument[1]
  • Bay Castle in Treznea, built in the 19th century, historic monument[2]

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