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The church is no longer in use so it's a museum. Need to pay to enter, same as most other churches but has a large selection of carpets which were given as gifts from merchants - some dating the the 17th century.
This church is located in the citadel of Sighisoara and was built in 1894 when the Franciscan Convent was demolished. In March 1983, a fire destroyed the interior of the church which was repaired to what it is today. This church was built by the...More
It's nice church located in the historic center of Sighisoara. It's newer than the other buildings. It was built at the end of the 19th century. You can admire the facade and get in when they have services. There is also a little park nearby.
This church was built by the Hungarians (unlike the many others in the town, built by the Saxons) at the end of the 19th century and the only thing that is nice is the tower; the interior and other features are fading in this beautiful...More
This church is in fact a Roman Catholic Cathedral.
It was built by two architects Johann and Karl Letz in the latter end of the 19th century.
It was built on the site of the Dominician Sisters Monastery pre reformation and latterly the Franciscan sisters...More
A roman catholic church, I hadn't expected to see one. This church is one of medieval building in the country. Sighisoara is considered the most beautiful and best preserved one of the few fortified towns which are still inhabited. The city was built on top...More