Soon after ouster and execution of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, Romanian and Hungarian residents of the city Târgu Mures clashed. The ethnic fighting was the worst in the immediate post-Berlin Wall period. Since then, the city has become something of a Romanian bastion, with ethnic Hungarians moving away in droves. Despite peaceful co-existence, palpable tension remains. While the two sides intermingle, they’re hardly united. . It’s a 20-year-old wound that won’t go away.