🇷🇴 Rimetea or Torockó is a commune located in Alba County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of two villages, Colțești and Rimetea. A former mining town, today it is known as the location of the Piatra Secuiului mountain. Rimetea has a majority Hungarian population, at 94.1%. The village has a strong cultural significance for Hungarians and Transylvanian-Hungarians, and is home to a Szekler ethnographic museum. In 1999 the village was awarded the Europa Nostra award.