Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage

 

Movilei Street

Old names:

1480 Newsteyfft
1743 Neustift (de la Felinarului la Pasajul Scolii) si Im Hullchen (pana la P Aurarilor)
1790 Neustift
1947 Movilei

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Movilei Street
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Movilei Street

No. 1, Movilei Street

15th – 16th century; the end of the 18th century – the beginning of the 19th century
Building placed at the intersection of  Târgului and Movilei streets,has a broke trail with four axes, the last axis on the right, downstairs of the gate corridor is easily removed. Rectangular windows with linear framing. Ground floor bounded by the floor through a shaped belt, and the gate’s axis is marked by stucco flanks.
The corner of the house is strengthened by a stone post for protection.
The eaves is profiled, the roof is ridged, the ridge is parallel to the facade, there is a rectangular covered skylight

Movilei Street

No. 5, Movilei Street

18th century
Building consisting of basement ground and first floor. The facade has four axes. To the left of the facade is the entrance door. Complex shaped roof ridge is perpendicular to the main street.

Here lived Johann Karl Schuller, counselor and writer who died in 1865.

Movilei Street

No. 9, Movilei Street

end of the 18th century
Building consisting of basement and ground floor, with long side on the right side of the court and the short side on the rear. The three windows on the street have traditional shutters slats and shaped frames with eaves supported by consolete.

Movilei Street

No. 13, Movilei Street

the end of the 18th century – the beginning of the 19th century
The building consists of basement, ground and first floor located with one wings to the street.
The portal is underlined by two linear sections with concrete blocks on the left.
The five windows on the ground floor and upstairs has seven frames redone in sec. XIX.
Mansard roof with ridge parallel to the front, the eye skylights.

School Inspectorate (Schulinspektorat ku)  was established here in the first decade of the twentieth century then moves to Saguna Street.

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