Beautiful, really large church in the center of the square. Worth visiting the inside as well to see some beautiful stained glass.
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An old church located in the center of the city. The interior is very nice to visit and if there is a concert of organ, it is worth to listen to it. Probably one of the most visited monuments in Cluj.
It's very beautiful the landscape of the city from the tower. Inside is also nice to have a look. You can usually visit the towers every year around 15th of August.
This is an amazing church to visit due to the architecture and size. It's right in the middle of the city so you should definitely check it out.
2nd largest Gothic church in Romania behind the Black Church in Brasov, which we also saw. St. Michaels is much nicer. Huge clocktower. Much renovation has been done. Inside, there is metal scaffolding holding up immense chandelier. This is not due to ongoing renovation but...More
Always I was fascinated by the organ from the catholic or protestant churches, and this church has it one very beautiful. A beautiful old church in down town full of history and amazing one. I could hear the music played at the organ and have...More
Very beautiful cathedral. Do climb inside the high tower if it is available (unfortunately it does not happen every day) for excellent views of the city
The cathedral is amazing and if you only focus on architecture and history, you'll be just fine. It tells great stories about the time when the Ottomans attacked Cluj-Napoca and many other things. Also it's placement in the city center makes it a must-visit. However,...More
A Roman Catholic church in the city that has practiced religious freedom since the 16th century. Beautiful interior and the chuch is still active and open to visitors. It satnds in a large plaza with the Michael Corvinus statue close by.
The building of the church’s construction is dated to the year 1316. Is a Gothic church in the center of the square. The emblem of Hungary is to the right and that of Bohemia to the left. The church’s nave together with the sanctuary is...More