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Judet

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The Black Church


The Black Church

The Black Church is the largest Gothic church in Transylvania and the largest sacral building in Romania.


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Sibiu


Sibiu

It is impossible to tell of a city in a few words. Sibiu is a city which must be seen. The city of Sibiu is a veritable open-air museum, with houses dating from the fourteenth century and with a specific atmosphere that can be found in few European cities.


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Sighisoara


Sighisoara

Today, the fortress of Sighișoara is as alive as it was several hundred years ago, while sheltering the leaders of Transylvania.


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Sibiu



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It is impossible to tell of a city in a few words. Sibiu is a city which must be seen. The city of Sibiu is a veritable open-air museum, with houses dating from the fourteenth century and with a specific atmosphere that can be found in few European cities.
In Sibiu, the visitor can find the so-called Bridge of Lies, the first iron bridge on the present territory of Romania made in 1859 which provides the access from the Lower City to the citadel. The legends of the bridge say it was creaking at every lie told by those who passed it, threatening to break under the "weight" of a bigger lie.

The evangelic church
It was raised in the 14th century on the location of an old Romanic Church dating from the 12th century. In 1998, the church is entirely restored by a German company. The building is dominated by the seven level towers with the four towers on the corners, a mark showing that the city had the right of condemnation to death. In the choir, in the church axis, one can find one of the most beautiful bronze fonts existing in our country. It is believed that it was cast in the bronze resulting from the Turkish cannons captured by the inhabitants of Sibiu in 1437. Other valuable objects are the mural paintings. In 1796 burials in the church are prohibited, but an exception was made in 1803, when baron Samuel von Brukenthals body will be laid for eternal sleep in the vault built near the pulpit.

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