Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage

 

Tribunei Street

Important objectives of this street:
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Tribunei Street

Old names:

1501 Wergass
1507 Twergass
1636 Grosse Wehrgassen
1643 Grosse Quergass
1751 Grosse Zwerchgass
1845 Grosse Quergasse
1875 Quergasse
1919 Tribunagasse

Tribunei Street

No. 3, Tribunei Street

1930-1939
The building is formed of a basement, a ground floor and is two floors high, with a cubist style façade. The ridged roof has a crest parallel to the street.

Communist Adalbert Kornhauser, the organizer of numerous sabotage acts against the German army, lived here between 1940 and 1941. He was condemned to death and executed in 1941 at Jilava.

Tribunei Street

No. 21, Tribunei Street

19th century
The building is formed of a basement, a ground floor and the first floor, having suffered modifications. The ridged roof has a crest parallel to the façade and two tall skylights, covered with a ridged roof.

The house was erected by Johann Josef Mathias (1800 – 1844), grandfather of Arthur Coulin and the main counselor of the Regional Superior Court.
Rosa Coulin, born Mathias, mother of painter Arthur Coulin, was the owner of the edifice at the beginning of the 20th century. Painter Arthur Coulin lived here during the first decade of the 20th century.

Tribunei Street

No. 30, Tribunei Street

19th century
The building is formed of a semi-basement and the ground floor, its façade having been modified and displaying an access gate in the left extremity.

Andrei Muresanu lived here between 1849 and 1861.

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