Hungarian Reformed Church
Just east of here, most easily reached from Str Avram Iancu down the hill, is an immense, highly memorable Hungarian cemetary.
Clubul de Cicloturism Napoca
Clubul de Cicloturism Napoca is a group of outdoors-lovers who can help with all your two-wheeler questions.
Green Mountain Holidays
Terrific ecotourism agency providing activity-filled trips in the Apuseni Mountains.
French Cultural Centre
Well-stocked library; hosts art, music and film events.
Str Mihail Kogălniceanu · interesting places nearby
Hungarian Reformed Church information
A couple of blocks east, on Str Mihail Kogălniceanu, is a Hungarian Reformed Church built by the king of Hungary, Matthias Corvinus, in 1486. The statue of St George slaying the dragon in front of the church is a replica of the 14th-century original, carved by the Hungarian Kolozsvári brothers; the original is now displayed in Prague. Organ concerts are sometimes held in the church.