Thank you...I'll go on with this thread, and actually I want to show al city's faces, its buildings, monuments, details of building's architecture. Cluj it's a mixed culture city, with both, romanian and hungarian culture heritage and even german with interesting personalities and stories, mixed religious, orthodox, catholics and protestant churches.
Here's it the Unfication Square with the staue of Matthias Corvinus the King of Hungary. Actually it's a statuary group with 4 characters who had a significant role in the history of Transylvania
Blasius Magyar and Paul Chinezu. Paul Chinezu/Kinizsi Pál was the committee of Timis. In 1479 he defeated the ottoman armies near Șibot (Alba county), and he was the transylvanian military commander of Stefan Bathory, the 4th character from the statuary group.
and Ștefan Szapolyai and Ștefan Báthory. Actually Stefan Bathoy's statue, as face, represents the architect of the statue János Fadrusz.
Here is a small part of the ruins of old Roman settlment "Napoca" or "Clusium". The medieval city overlaps over the Roman settlement.
Continental Hotel near the Unification Square, now in rehabilitation
More photos from Museum Square. Here is the Franciscan Church and Carolina Obelisk, the oldest lay monument of the city, a commemorative column, set up to commemorate the visit of the Emperor Francis the First of Habsburg and his wife Carolina Augusta in August 1817
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