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General informations - Bixad

Situated to the south of Mount Csomád, Sepsibükszád is famous for its mineral springs. The hiking trail that leads to Lake Saint Anne also has its starting point in this village. The settlement developed into a village due to the glass-manufactury owned by the Mikó and Mikes families. The glass manufactury was moved here from Mikóújfalu, and operated until 1914. In the second half of the 19th century Sepsibükszád was owned by Count Benedek Mikes, who invested not only in the glass manufactury, but also in the spa situated at the source of River Zsombor. According to the 2002 census, the village has 1811 inhabitants. Its Roman Catholic church was built in honour of the Virgin Mary in 1867. Its Greek Catholic church was erected in 1712. The village has an orthodox church, as well. Count Ármin Mikes's hunting mansion built in 1900 is now used as the village school. Not far from the village, the ruins of Vápa-Castle can be visited.

The distance between Sepsibükszád and the Saint Anne Lake is 17 km

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