Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage

 

Vopsitorilor Street

Important objectives of this street:
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Vopsitorilor Street

Old names:

1751 Grosse Bachgasse
1845 Bachgasse
1872 Farbergasse

Vopsitorilor Street

No. 4, Vopsitorilor Street

16th – 18th century
The building is formed of several bodies, the majority of which are of an industrial character. They were built in the 20th century. The main body has the longer wing looking onto the street and is formed of a semi-basement and a ground floor. Its façade presents six traditional windows. The dated emblem of the guild of tailors which is painted on the façade is of a recent date.
The tall ridged roof displays two eye-shaped skylights and a crest parallel to the façade.

Vopsitorilor Street

No. 6, Vopsitorilor Street

1920-1939
The building is formed of a basement, a ground floor and the first floor and is placed at the crossroad with Ocnei Street, towards which it has a three-line façade, with large shop windows, with a polygonal superior part. The first floor displays three windows, the one in the middle being framed by a bow window.
The ridged roof has a crest parallel to the façade.

Vopsitorilor Street

No. 9, Vopsitorilor Street

17th – 18th century
The building is formed of a ground floor and a first floor, with four lines at the ground floor and six lines at the first floor, displaying wide frameworks and preserving an oval baroque style cartouche in the center of the façade.
The four ridged roof displays two eye-shaped skylights.

The Sam Zacharias & Sons skin dressing factory.

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