The Calvinist-Reformed Church Cluj-Napoca



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The Calvinist-Reformed Church- Cluj-Napoca

The Reformed Church wich is on Kogalniceanu Street was built at the beginning of 1486 with the help of king Matei Corvin, and the works were completed around 1510. The church represents one of the most important gothic style buildings in Transylvania. Because of the fighting and the second reform, the franciscan monarchs were expelled, and the church remained emptyuntil the middle of the 16th century when prince Bathory decide to give the church to the Gezuiti.

Travel guide :

» Botanical Garden

» The memorial house of Emil Isac

Culture of Cluj:

» Romanian Opera and National Theatre of Cluj-Napoca

» Transylvania State Philharmonic Orchestra

» County Library "Octavian Goga"

Monuments and buildings:

» "Sfântul Mihail " Church

» Reformed Church

» The Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of Cluj

» The Calvaria Roman Catholic Church

» The Franciscan Church

» The house and The Statue of Matei Corvin

» The Banffy Palace

» The Bastion

The Gallerz of Art :

» The National Museum of Art

» The History National Museum of Transylvania

» The Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania - with more then 80 years, it`s the largest in Romania

» The Speleologist Museum "Emil Racovita" - the only muzeum dedicated to the memory of the main speleologist of Romania