|Historical region :||Transylvania|
|Time zone :||EET ( UTC +2)|
|Area :||30.19 km²|
|Residents :||1,919 (October 20, 2011)|
|Population density :||64 inhabitants per km²|
|Postal code :||547455|
|Telephone code :||(+40) 02 65|
|License plate :||MS|
|Structure and administration (as of 2016)|
|Community type :||local community|
|Structure :||Păsăreni, Bolintineni , Gălățeni|
|Mayor :||Antal Szőcs ( UDMR )|
|Postal address :||Str. Principală, no. 209
loc. Păsăreni, jud. Mureș, RO-547455
The municipality of Păsăreni is located north of the Kokel Valley (Podișul Târnavelor) in the southern part of the Mureș County in the so-called Țara Morcovilor (Carrot Land ) . On the Niraj , a left tributary of the Mureș (Mieresch) and the district road (Drum județean) DJ 151D (6 km west of the DN13 ), the place Păsăreni is 18 kilometers southeast of the district capital Târgu Mureș (Neumarkt am Mieresch) .
Settlement of the place Păsăreni, on the area called Comori (Hungarian Kincses ) and in the incorporated village Gălățeni (Hungarian Szentgerice ) on the area called Gyepüszegárka , goes back to the Bronze Age . The archaeological finds that were found in the area of Păsărenis are in the museum of the city of Aiud (Strasbourg am Mieresch) .
In its current composition, the municipality Păsăreni exists again since 1990. With a short break between June 1989 to January 1990, the places belonged to the municipality Găleşti (Gallendorf) .
The population of the Păsăreni municipality developed as follows:
Since 1850, the highest number of inhabitants and that of the Magyars were registered in the area of today's municipality in 1956. The highest population of Romanians was determined in 1920, that of Roma (214) in 2011 and that of Romanian Germans (12) in 1910.
- In the community center the Orthodox Church , built in 1733, the Reformed Church and the Roman Catholic Church .
- The Unitarian church built in the 15th century in the incorporated village of Gălățeni is a listed building. The church has a coffered ceiling from 1670 with 88 coffered floral designs.
- Elek Jakab (1820–1879), born in Gălățeni, was a Hungarian historian.
- 2011 census in Romania ( MS Excel ; 1.3 MB)
- Arcanum Kézikönyvtár: Historical-administrative book of place names of Transylvania, Banat and Partium. Retrieved February 3, 2018 (Hungarian).
- Trecerile la nivel cu soseaua E60 din Ungheni si Acatari au fost desfiintate at transira.ro, accessed on February 12, 2018 (Romanian)
- Heinz Heltmann, Gustav Servatius (ed.): Travel Guide Siebenbürgen . Kraft, Würzburg 1993, ISBN 3-8083-2019-2 , p. 517 .
- List of historical monuments of the Romanian Ministry of Culture, updated 2015 (PDF; 12.7 MB; Romanian)
- Institute Of Archeology - Păsăreni , accessed on May 13, 2018 (Romanian).
- Information on the website of the Păsăreni municipality , accessed on May 13, 2018 (Romanian).
- Censuses 1850–2002, last updated November 2, 2008 (PDF; 1 MB; Hungarian)
- Information on the Orthodox Church in Păsăreni at biserici.org, accessed on May 13, 2018 (Romanian)
- Information on the Reformed Church in Păsăreni at biserici.org, accessed on May 13, 2018 (Romanian)
- Information on the Roman Catholic Church in Păsăreni at biserici.org, accessed on May 13, 2018 (Romanian)
- Information on Elek Jakab at mek.oszk.hu/ accessed on May 13, 2018 (Hungarian)