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Iernut
colocvial Ernot, Iernot
Hungarian: Radnót
German: Radnuten, Radnot, Radnau
—  Village  —
Reformed church in Iernut

Coat of arms



Iernut is located in Romania
Iernut
Location of Sovata in Romania



Iernut is located in Mureş County
Iernut
Location of Sovata in Mureș County
Coordinates: 46°27′13″N 24°14′00″E / 46.45361, 24.2333333
Country  Romania
County Mures county coat of arms.svg Mureş
Town Sovata
First mentioned 1257
subordinated villages
Government
 • Mayor Ioan Nicoara (PNL)
Area
 • Total 106.36 km2 (41.07 sq mi)
Elevation 350 m (1,150 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 8 373
 • Density 78.72/km2 (203.9/sq mi)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal code 545100

Iernut în the Josephinian Map of Transylvania, 1769-73.

Iernut (colocvial Ernot, Iernot; Hungarian: Radnót; German: Radnuten, Radnot, Radnau) is a town in Mureș County, central Transylvania, Romania. It administers eight villages: Cipău, Deag, Lechința, Oarba de Mureș, Porumbac, Racameț, Sălcud and Sfântu Gheorghe.

Demographics[]

Historical population
Year Pop. ±%
1992 9,719
2002 9,833 +1.2%
2011 8,373 −14.8%
Source: Census data

The 2011 census revealed the following demographic data:[1]

  • Romanians (76.55%)
  • Hungarians (13.36%)
  • Gypsies (9.84%)
  • others (0.18%)

Main sights[]

  • The Reformed church (built between 1486-1593)
  • Kornis-Rakóczi-Bethlen Castle (built in 1545)
  • The two lakes near the city
  • Mureş River
  • Lupoaica
  • Old Buildings

References[]

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