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March 1 1890

Spring of 1890

Construction of the Roman Catholic High School, in the southwestern part of the Upper Marketplace begins.
January 1 1891


On the ruins of the castle, a High School is built (the József Eötvös agricultural secondary school today).
October 31 1892

31st of October, 1892.

The building of the Roman Catholic High School is consecrated (today a college).
October 8 1893

8th of October, 1893.

The State Clay- and Stone Industry Vocational School is opening (founder-director was Nándor Hargita sculptor).
January 1 1897


Through the merger of the Women’s Association and the Industry Self-Training and Relief Society, the Citizens’ Self-Training Association (headed by Endre Solymossy for twenty years) was established.
July 26 1897

26th of July 1897.

Inauguration of the new county hall building, at the same time with the millennium memorial column. Creator of the 8,4 meters high column was Nándor Hargita, director of the stone and clay industry-vocational school.
January 1 1898


The Civil Symphony Orchestra is being reorganized.
January 1 1902


The Catholic Choir is formed.
January 1 1906

1906 – 1908

The town’s Unitarian church has been erected.
January 1 1909


Establishment of the apprentice-school library.
January 1 1909

1909 – 1913

Famous writer, Dezső Szabó is the teacher of highschool in Székelyudvarhely
May 1 1909

May of 1909

The construction of the new Roman Chatolic School building complex, one of todays’ symbols of the city, is started.
January 1 1910


Population of the town has grown to 10 244 inhabitants.
November 20 1910

20th of November 1910.

The building of the new Roman Catholic High School is solemnly consecrated in the presence of Bishop Gusztáv Károly Majlát.
January 26 1916

26th of January 1916.

The town is shaken by an earthquake, but no damage is caused in the buildings.
October 20 1916

20th of October, 1916.

The four bells of St. Nicholas’ Parish Church are requisitioned for war aims.
October 27 1916

27th of October, 1916.

Commanding officer of Transylvanian army-corps, Crown Prince Charles and his wife, Zita pay a visit to Székelyudvarhely. The headquarter of the army-corp is in the town until 1917.
December 8 1917

8th of December, 1917.

The “Vasszékely” statue was inaugurated in the middle of the former Deák Square. Ferenc József Archduke is the most prestigious guest of the ceremony.
December 6 1918

6th of December, 1918.

The Romanian troops march into Székelyudvarhely from the direction of Csíkszereda.
March 1 1919

March, 1919.

The Romanian soldiers crushed the “Vasszékely” statue in one night.