Imeni (Imecsfalva) is famous for the Cserey mansion. The mansion was built in the 18th century. There is a memorial plaque on the wall of the mansion which says:
“Cserey Jánosné, born as Zathureczky Emilia 1824-1905, was born in this house. Her collection created the basis of the Szekler National Museum. Put up by the Cserey Jánosné Fellowship in 1997. ”
Above the marble plaque there is a metal plaque made by Vetró András, on which the portrait of the museum’s founder and the reduced picture of the mansion can be seen. This is a historical place of the Szeklers, since this is the place where Cserey Jánosné created the Cserey collection (1875) and founded the later Cserey Museum. In 1879 she offered this collection to the Szekler National Museum (Székely Nemzeti Múzeum) from Sfântu Gheorghe.