Tourist attractions
Palace of Culture Targu Mures
The Palace of Culture in Târgu Mureș is one of the most representative Belle Époque buildings in Transylvania. The monument was erected between 1911 and 1913 by the efforts of Mayor György Bernády and is differentiated by both the interior decorations and the exterior decorative elements. The idea of ​​building a house of culture in Târgu Mureș appeared in 1907. The mayor of the city, György Bernády, permanently supported the modernization of the city, convinced the Council of the Royal Free Cit...
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Fortress Church Targu Mures
The Reformed Church in the fortress is the most important medieval monument in Târgu Mureș and the only one preserved since the beginning of the 15th century. It originally housed a Franciscan monastery and the first known mention is from 1332.The church is built in the Gothic style, it is located on a terrace of the river Mures, at the southwestern tip of this terrace, which is part of the hill called Cornești plateau. The component buildings were grouped around a rectangular interior courtyard...
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Ascension of the Lord Cathedral Targu Mures
The Orthodox Cathedral The Ascension of the Lord is the largest religious edifice in Târgu Mureș. The cathedral was built in the center of the city (now the Rose Square) between 1925 - 1934. The church was built according to the plans of the architect Victor Vlad, in the form of a Greek cross, with equal arms.
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Medieval Fortress Targu Mures
The Medieval Fortress of Târgu Mureș was built in the first part of the 1600s. It was built in place of the former castle-fortress of the Transylvanian voivode Báthori István destroyed by the Turkish-Tatar invasion of 1601. 7 bastions were erected on the premises, of which 5 were built by guilds, shoemakers, locksmiths, locksmiths, customs, tailors and butchers. You can find more details about this tourist attraction by clicking here.
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