The Stairs Passage
The Stairs Passage was built in the 13th century, being one of the most picturesque places in the city. The passage is considered a masterpiece in terms of architecture, having arches and twin staircases. It’s purpose was to enable a connection between the upper part of the town and the lower one.
The Huet Square consists of the Evangelical church, the highschool Samuel von Brukenthal and a high number of Gothic buildings.
The Small Square
The small square was built in the 14th century being the commercial square of the city. Its buildings take you to an ancient atmosphere while its strcture housed people who had to sell their products. The buildings are composed out of many arcades, through which the medieval period can be represented.
The Great Square
The great square is considered to be the historical center of the town. It has a length of 93m and a width of 142m, allowing a wide range of activities. Around the 15th century the square was the ‘grain market’ and as time past, it became a place for various organizations and festive activities. People organised there parties with huge barrels of wine, songs, games and tasty food. The festivities were for the city’s inhabitants. In this place various disputes/debates and outdoor executions were carried for those who broke the law. The Greate Square was renovated in 2006 at which point it was paved with cubic stone.