Seat of the Székely Land
12th century–1876

Coat of arms

Capital Marosvásárhely
  Settlement of the Székelys 12th century
  Administrative reform of the Kingdom of Hungary 1876
  1867 91,008 
Today part of Romania
Târgu Mureș is the current name of the capital.

Marosszék (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈmɒrosseːk]) was one of the seats in the historical Székely Land. It was named after the Maros, a river with the biggest discharge in the seat. The composer Zoltán Kodály wrote the Dances of Marosszék (1930, for orchestra) based on the folk music of this region.


The religious make-up of Marosszék in 1867 was the following:


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