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This bastion in the corner of the citadel was an important part of the city from the 15th century so it's worth a look if you're nearby. It's free to enter too and there are a few interesting artifacts inside. There were also some local...More
This wall and tower is located on the corner of strada Abrams Iancu and strada cuza Voda. At one end is a nice statue of Baba Novak. You can enter the tower for free and walk the length of the wall from the outside (approx...More
It was built in the 15th century and rebuilt between 1627 and 1629. It is located in the old town of Cluj-Napoca. It was named after the Tailors' Guild, who took care of and guarded this part of the city.
It is impressive from the outside. The entrance is free. The preservation is done very well, but I think the city hasn't figured out what to do with the building yet. I am sure the tower has a great story; someone just needs to have...More
The tower is a really neat and important part of the city's history, and it is certainly worth it to stroll past and take a few pictures. However, there was only one small exhibit inside the tower on the third floor. There were labels for...More
Love coming here every couple of months and seeing the exhibits on display. The bastion has 4 floors so you just may find yourself looking at 4 unique types of art.
I went this summer and they had photographs of Cluj's past, paintings inspired by...More