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.
Popular in Szeklerland
Sighişoara is located on the Tarnava River in Mures county, Romania. It is located in the historic region of Transylvania.
Sfântu Gheorghe or Sepsiszentgyörgy is a municipality and city in the central Romanian region of Transylvania.
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.
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.