Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage


Liviu Rebreanu Street

Old names:

1484 Krotengassen
1626 Krittengasse
1752 grosse Krotengassen
1790 Margarethengasse
1934 Str Margareta
1947 Reforma Agrară
1970 L Rebreanu

At no. 10 was born Bernhard Capesius.

Liviu Rebreanu Street
Main objectives from Liviu Rebreanu Street
Liviu Rebreanu Street

No. 1, Liviu Rebreanu Street

Rural facade, with an aisle placed on the right, and on the left a masonry enclosure, where there is the basket handle arch of the gate. Beveled, ridged  roof towards the street with the eaves perpendicular to the street.

During the inter-war period here worked the Andreas Paska’s metal and bells Foundry.

Liviu Rebreanu Street

No. 5, Liviu Rebreanu Street

the beginning of the 19th century
Rural building with short side to the street, the facade has three rectangular windows framed with shell decoration on top, adjustable slat shutters. Trapezoidal gable, two rectangular goals, beveled roof to the street, the ridged roof, with the ridge perpendicular to the facade.
On the left, protected by tile masonry fence, the arc gate decorated with wooden sash boxes.

Liviu Rebreanu Street

No. 7-9, Liviu Rebreanu Street

The building was built to be an Evangelical Kindergarten. All the windows have framings, sill and a sort of entablement with frieze and right cornice. The building is crossed along the facade by a profiled belt; betwee the belt and the eaves there are small circular elements. The roof in complex and it displays towards the street three eye skylights.

Special elements:
The access door in the left wing in the yard has a Jugendstil grid.

Liviu Rebreanu Street

No. 12, Liviu Rebreanu Street

18th century, with modifications executed in the 20th century
The facade has five traditional windows with slats shutters and linear frames. On the ground floor, to the right (after 1911), rectangular gang  with double doors.
Two slopes roof, with the ridge parallel to the facade, two eye skylights

add a comment