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Reghin (Romania, Mures)

Municipiul Reghin - Szászrégen Megyei Jogú Város

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Reghin (in Hungarian Szászrégen, in German Sächsisch-Reen) is a city in Mureş County of Romania (in the valley of Mureş River in Transylvania). The city has got 35.004 inhabitants (31,8% Hungarians, 1992 census). The settlement was the town in Maros-Torda (in Rumanian Mureş-Turda) County of Hungary to 1918/1920 (Rumanian occupation/Treaty of Trianon). In 1910 the town had got 7310 inhabitants (41,0% German, 40,3% Hungarian and 17,9% Romanian). 1920-1940 the town was in Rumania in Mureş County. 1940-1944 in Hungary (after the Decision of Vienna II). After the WWII the settlement lossed its German inhabitants. The treaty of Paris reallocated it to Romania.
István Molnár, 25 March 2002

Historical flag of Szászrégen (Kingdom of Hungary)

by António Martins, 27 February 2001

Red with descending bend (wide 1/7th of the hoist), a yellow six pointed star with incompletely red lined diagonals on the upper fly, and a yellow fleur-de-lis on the bottom hoist.
António Martins, 27 February 2001

This flag appears at Dr. Széll Sándor: Városaink neve, címere és lobogója (1941) as "Szászrégen, Maros-Torda Co.".
António Martins, 27 February 2001