A truly modern building in a town where the majority of buildings date from the 15th century and earlier, St Joseph’s was built in 1894, after the demolition of the Franciscan convent (pre-1723 its was Dominican). The Church was designed by a Sighisoara architect Letz and has an organ made by Kerl Einschenk in 1908.

The church underwent a major restoration in 1984 following a fire on 22 March 1983 and is rather plain and ordinary when compared to the other churches but it’s still certainly worth a look inside as you pass.

Beautifully illuminated at night.

Photography inside prohibited

Address: Zidul Cetatii Street
Directions: In the north-eastern part of the Citadel

This entry is one of a group (loop) of entries on Sighisoara, Romania. I suggest you continue with my next entry – HERE – or to start the loop at the beginning go to my introductory entry – HERE.


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