Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral
Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral was built between 1920-1930, by architect George Cristinel and Constantin Pomponiu, which incorporated some of the Brancovan architecture models, Romanian country-specific and can be seen strong Byzantine influences.
On November 5, 1933 the dedication of the cathedral took place, officiated by the Romanian Patriarch Miron Cristea, together with Nicolae Balan Metropolitan of Transylvania and Bishop of Cluj, Nicolae Ivan.
The basement houses a crypt where were buried Nicolae Ivan Bishop, Herineanu Teofil Archbishop and Bartolomeu Anania Metropolitan. Inside the church you can admire paintings painted by teachers Anastasie Demian and Catullus Bogdan, from the Academy of Art, between 1928 to 1933.
Those who reach the Cluj Citadel, can admire one of the most beautiful views over the city of Cluj Napoca.
Horizons open to those who choose to take a ride in a romantic place, full of history, away from the city noise.
The old town fortification was built between 1715-1735 after military architect Giovanni Visconti Murando plans, with star-shaped walls, a redoubt, a tower, everything surrounded by bastions. Currently, you can also visit some of the walls, four buildings, and the redoubt that was converted to Parachute Tower.
Union Square is the most important market of Cluj-Napoca, the largest size in the old markets of central and southeastern Europe.
On the market sides can be admired the Bánffy Palace, the Museum of Art, the buildings constructed in mirror, the former town hall building and the Continental Hotel.
In the middle of the market is one of the most representative monuments of Gothic architecture in Transylvania, St. Michael Catholic Church, from the tower can be seen a splendid view over the city.
The Union Square is the meeting place for students, but also the epicenter of cultural events held in Cluj-Napoca.