We were welcomed here by a young guide who showed us the highlights of this amazing church and we would not have enjoyed it so much without him, so accept the offer of a guides help, all done on a voluntary basis. It's the first church I've ever seen hung with Turkish carpets, and so many of them. There's a beautiful painting of the virgin Mary in black from the period before the fire, when her dress was originally blue, and a modern painting of jesus turning the water in wine, which is very striking. We were lucky enough to hear the organ being played. With over 3000 pipes it's the biggest in the country. Originally catholic, this church is important due to its leading role in the adoption of the Lutheran teaching in Romania.
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