7 Sights in Târgu Mureș, Romania (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Târgu Mureș, Romania. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Târgu Mureș, Romania.

Sightseeing Tours in Târgu Mureș

1. Székely martyrs' memorial

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Székely martyrs' memorial

The monument to the Szekler martyrs of Târgu Mureş is the city's first inaugurated – and also the oldest – public artwork. A six-meter-high obelisk made of granite, erected in 1875 as a public donation in the Post Office, commemorating the three Transylvanian leaders of the anti-Habsburg Acorn conspiracy executed at this place. Although it was vandalized several times after the Romanian takeover, it still stands today and commemorations and ceremonies are held here every year.

Wikipedia: Székely vértanúk emlékműve (HU)

2. Biserica Reformată Mică

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The Small Church is a one-nave Reformed church with late Baroque decoration in downtown Târgu Mureş, on Gecse Dániel Street (strada Ștefan cel Mare). It got its name from its slightly smaller size than the Castle Church, but it still has seven hundred seats. It was built between 1815 and 1829 on a plot of land on which a Reformed wooden church stood already at the beginning of the 18th century. It was consecrated in 1830 and acquired its present appearance in the late 1920s.

Wikipedia: Kistemplom (Marosvásárhely) (HU), Website

3. Lupoaica

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Lupoaica / CC BY 2.5

The Statue of the Wolf or the Monument of Latinity is located in the center of Targu Mures, on Primăriei Street, near the Rose Square. The Lupa Capitolina is a monument to Latinity located in Rome, Italy. To pay homage to the Latin origin of the Romanian people, between 1906-1926 the Italian state gave Romania 4 copies of the famous Lupa Capitolina in Rome. The statue located in Targu Mures is a copy of the statue of the Wolf in Bucharest, unveiled on May 23, 1924.

Wikipedia: Statuia Lupoaicei din Târgu Mureș (RO)

4. Biserica Bob, Sf. Nicolae

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Biserica Bob, Sf. Nicolae

The Bob Church in Targu Mures, dedicated to the "Resurrection of the Lord", also known as the Stone Church, is the first united Romanian church (Greek-Catholic) built in Targu Mures. The edifice is located on the current Mitropolit Saguna Street at nr. 9, where he forms an ensemble with the former Greek-Catholic confessional school, the first Romanian school in the city. Here worked as priest and teacher archpriest Gheorghe Maior, father of scholar Petru Maior.

Wikipedia: Biserica Bob din Târgu Mureș (RO)

5. Bernády György

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Bernády György

György Bernády was the mayor of Târgu Mureș (Marosvásárhely) twice, 1900–1912 and 1926–1929. In this period the City Hall and the Cultural Palace in Târgu Mureș on the Roses Square were both built. His name is associated with public illumination and sewerage in the city. In this period many schools, libraries and art galleries were also built.

Wikipedia: György Bernády (EN)

6. Pseudosphaera

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The statue of Pseudosphaera stands on Bolyai Square in Târgu Mureş. It commemorates János Bolyai, a world-famous Hungarian mathematician who spent a significant part of his life in Târgu Mureş. The first mathematical monument of Transylvania.

Wikipedia: Pseudosphaera-szobor (HU)

7. Târgu Mureș Zoological Garden

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The Zoo of Targu Mures is located in the eastern part of the city, on the Cornesti Plateau, on Verii Street nr. 57, at an altitude of 488 m above sea level and 197 m above the level of the center of Targu Mures. It is the largest zoo in Romania.

Wikipedia: Grădina Zoologică din Târgu Mureș (RO), Website


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