Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage


Moş Ion Roată Street

Old names:

1590 Entengasse
1751 Antengasse
1790 Entengassel
1936 Ratelor
1947 Moş Ion Roată

Moş Ion Roată Street
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Moş Ion Roată Street

No. 1, Moş Ion Roată Street

End of XIXth century – beginning of XXth century.
L-shaped building with ground and first floor with the short façade to the street. The façade has window axes. The windows are richly enframed with mouldings and rhomboidal plaster ornaments in the corner. The roof is hipped with two slopes, with the ridge perpendicular to the street and three eyebrow dormer windows – one towards the street, two towards the court.
The front is completed by an arched wall enclosure topped by tiles with a wooden rectangular gate.

Moş Ion Roată Street

No. 6, Moş Ion Roată Street

XVth – XVIIIth century.
House with the long façade towards Moş Ion Roată st and the short side towards Turnului st. On the roof a Baroque battered chimney; the old eyebrow dormer windows were replaced recently with two gabled and four shed dormer windows. The building has very thick walls (90 cm) and an angle butress on the long side, specific to the medieval architecture of the town.

The house belonged initially to the Brukenthal family. In the second half of the XIXth century the house was owned by Josef Hess who had a locksmith shop. Between the two world wars the bulding housed the bookshop of Gustav Nikesch.

Moş Ion Roată Street

No. 9, Moş Ion Roată Street

End of XIXth century
Building with basement, ground and first floor with its long side to the street.
The façade is neo-Classicist, with six window rows enframed with stucco mouldings. The first floor windows are mounted by stucco moulded pediments, while those on the ground floor have on top mascarons with human figures. Saddle roof in tho slopes with the ridge parallel to the street.

Moş Ion Roată Street

No. 13, Moş Ion Roată Street

18th century
The house consists of ground floor and first floor with front amended, windows with adjustable slat shutters. The roof in two waters with ridge parallel to the street, is related to the house at no. 15 through a gate in the arch.

Moş Ion Roată Street

No. 15, Moş Ion Roată Street

17th century; the end of the 18th century – the beginning of the 19th century
Ground floor and upper floor building with the long side to the street and the short one on Turnului Street, with four windows with full shutters downstairs and five with slats upstairs. The facade towards Turnului is separated by the one on Moş Ion Roată through a massive corner buttress and has four axes. The three ridged roof has an eye skylight on the long facade and a trapezoidal pinion towards the courtyard.



At the end of the 19th century and until the First World War here operate Gustav Stuchlich’s  bathtub shop  “baths for bathing”.
During the interwar period here appears Sonnleitner & Wandschneider glassware and china shop.

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