The village lies in a right side valley of the Hartibaciu valley, northeast of Agnita. The fortified church is in the middle of the village on the banks of the stream.
The churchcastle lies on a hill northwest of Iacobeni. Its formidable defensive capabilities are what make it particular. Its massive donjon gives it its magnificence.
A small abandoned fortified church with a walk-in altar and many early Gothic elements.
A strongly fortified fortified church. The neoclassical decorations inside are lavish and the tower stretches high.
Cincu was one of the chairs of the Transylvanian Saxons and was once a rich market town of Transylvania. The fortified church is a testimony of this past.
A fortified church west of the village center. It has two, very different styles of architecture that meet in the middle.
South of Movile's center on a hill, stands a very special fortified church. It differs through its architecture from any other fortified church in Transylvania.
An impressive ruined castle in the Renaissance style of the Bethlen family in a Transylvanian village with noble family.
A well-maintained fortified church with a fascinating history and rich decorations. The old walls invite the visitor to experience the history.
A fortified Romanesque church on a hill, south of the village center. It has some of the most valuable Romanesque architecture in all of Transylvania.
A picture book church castle on the hill
A fortified church in gothic architecture, that sits on the eastern end of the valley of Copsa mare.
A mysterious church that holds many secrets inside. Richiș is a place with a long history and many stories to discover.
A strongly fortified church with a rich history and beautiful decorations inspires the visitor with its diversity inside and its double fortified walls with towers.
The church, dating from the 13th century, impresses with its unified Romanesque architecture.
The fortified church lies east of the village center. It has no tower, but makes up for that with its sheer size. It also has a bell system beneath the roof.
The evangelical church from Nou Sasesc is a "well-aged" historical monument, which has certainly managed to preserve its authenticity and beauty over time.
Biertan lies in a southern side valley of the Târnava Mare River. Although the village itself might be worth a visit, the large churchcastle dominates the landscape around it.
Malancrav lies southwest from Sighisoara and its sits chruchcastle on a hill west of the village. The decorated interior is what makes this churchcastle particular.
A large, impressive fortified church, west of the village centre. It is in particularly good condition, and is one of the most popular places for tourists in Transylvania.
Next to the center of Bradeni lies a fortified church without belltower. It used to be subject to pilgrimages in the middle ages.
The fortified church in Bagaciu lies at the center of the village. It has a very old altar and benches.
The fortified church lies east of the village center. Besides its particular village, it has a very high ceiling above the choir, and a belltower as the gatetower.
In the center of the village stands the fortified church with several baileys and towers. It is a combination of both romanesque and gothic architecture.
A large, impressive churchcastle sitting on a hill in the center of the village. Its inside is still in very good condition.
The fortified church is in the centre of the village. It is extremely compact, despite the donjon, and is unparalleled in that regard in all of Transylvania.
In the center of the village lies a large, magnificent churchcastle. It is in excellent shape.
A building impressive for its beautiful late Gothic architecture with rich decorations and strong fortification.
An early church in the Cistercian Gothic style similar to the churches in France, the monastery ruins bear witness to Transylvania's eventful past.
The church is located on a hill and consists of a three-nave Romanesque basilica with a west tower and a circular wall surrounding the church.
The short towerless Romanesque basilica with a choir square, semicircular apse and apsidioles was built in the first half of the 13th century.
An ancient Romanesque church with curtain wall, impressive in its authenticity. The Romanesque basilica from the 12th century invites you to a beautiful walk on a hill.
A classic fortified church with many Romanesque elements on a hill in a small village. The tower offers a perfect view over the region.