The Fortified Churches of Transylvania, UNESCO Heritage, Where To?

Dobarca - Photo by Alexander KloosThe South-eastern part of Transylvania is renowned for its fortified churches built since the 13th century. These served as a defence form until the last Ottoman incursion into Transylvania, 1788. The fortified churches are specific to the Saxon and Szekely villages located in this area, and are part of the European phenomenon of fortified churches.

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