Covasna

Description

Covasna (Romanian pronunciation: [koˈvasna] (listen), Hungarian: Kovászna, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈkovaːsnɒ] (listen), German: Kowasna) is a town in Covasna County, Transylvania, Romania, at an altitude of 550–600 m. It is known for its natural mineral waters and mofettas.
The town administers one village, Chiuruș (Hungarian: Csomakőrös). The village has a population of 451 and has an absolute Székely Hungarian majority.
Before Orbaiszék merged with Sepsiszék and Kézdiszék to create Háromszék County, in 1876, Covasna was the capital village of Orbaiszék.

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