Cernat, Covasna

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Cernat (Template:Lang-hu; Hungarian pronunciation: Template:ConvertIPA-hu) is a commune in Covasna County, Romania composed of three villages:

  • Albi? / Kézdialbis
  • Cernat / Csernáton
  • Icafal?u / Ikafalva

It formed part of Háromszék district of the Székely Land region in the historical Transylvania province. Cernat village was formed with the merger of two villages, Cernatu de Jos (Alsócsernáton) and Cernatu de Sus (Fels?csernáton).


The commune has an absolute Székely Hungarian majority. According to the 2011 Census it has a population of 3,956 of which 98.51% or 3,897 are Székely Hungarians.

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