In 1305 Mălâncrav was mentioned for the first time. In contrast to most of the Saxon villages of Transylvania the place is owned by the Hungarian noble family Apafi at this time and does not belong to the free royal ground. In the middle of the 18th century, Protestants and Catholics lived in a good neighborhood in Mălâncrav. After serfdom ended in 1865 the villagers demolished large parts of Mălâncrav and built new stone houses.
A large, impressive churchcastle sitting on a hill in the center of the village. Its inside is still in very good condition.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More