Rimetea Village, Aranyos Pension
Rimetea is a commune located in Alba County. It is actually composed of two merged villages, Rimetea and Colţeşti. A former mining town, today it is known as the location of the Piatra Secuiului (Szekler’s mountain) and as a Székely cultural centre. In 1999 the village was awarded the Europa Nostra award.
The first time it was mentioned was in 1257 under the name Toroczko. As part of the Kingdom of Hungary it belonged to Torda-Aranyos County; after the Treaty of Trianon in 1920 it became part of Alba County in Romania.