Csángó Hungarian Students of The Bástya Boarding School in Vice, Transylvania

The small village of Vice (pronounced VEE-tseh) is located in the Mezőség region of Transylvania in Romania. The earliest known reference to the community dates from the early 14th century. The population is around 95% Hungarian. The Bástya Association operates a boarding school in the village of Vice for children from the Mezőség region as well as Csángó Hungarian students from Moldova in eastern Romania; all the students attend Jenő Dsida Elementary School in Vice. Our foundation provides funding for The Bástya Boarding School in Vice. These are the Csángó Hungarian students who attend school in Vice.

Denisza, Kisszolonc
Denisza

Diána, Kisszolonc
Diána

Stefi, Pusztina
Stefi

Peti, Pusztina
Peti

Gabi, Nagypatak
Gabi

Dani, Forrófalva
Dani

Jancsika, Pusztina
Jancsika

Ádi, Forrófalva
Ádi

Kriszti, Magyarfalu
Kriszti

Lucsi, Magyarfalu
Lucsi

Sanyika, Forrófalva
Sanyika

Paul, Kisszolonc
Paul