Szeklerland is a region in Transylvania, Romania. The region's name comes from the majority of its inhabitants, Szekler people, also known as Szekely, a Transylvanian tribe related to Hungarians.
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In Szeklerland

Covasna County is in Transylvania, Romania. The majority of the county's population is of Hungarian ethnic, a notable exception being the Intorsura Buzaului area.

Mureș County is in Szeklerland, Transylvania, Romania.

Harghita is a county in Transylvania, part of the Szeklerland. The Bicaz Pass in the north of the county is a scenic sinuous highway connecting Transylvania with its eastern neighboring province, Moldova.

Sovata is a spa town in Szeklerland. Located in a hilly area next to the Gurghiu mountains in eastern Transylvania, Sovata is a mid-size resort known for its salt lakes.

Băile Tuşnad is a spa town in Szeklerland. Located in a beautiful ancient volcanic area in south-eastern Transylvania, Băile Tuşnad is small resort best known for its mineral springs.

Borsec is a resort in Szeklerland. Located in eastern Transylvania, Borsec is known for its numerous mineral springs and good location in the Carpathians mountains.

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