Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage


Nouă Street

Old names:

1481 Newgass
1587 Noygassen
1930 Neugasse

Nouă Street
Main objectives from Nouă Street
Nouă Street

No. 1, Noua Street

the end of the 18th century – 19th century
Building made up of ground floor and floor situated on the corner of  Ocnei street. Towards the  Nouă street, there are four axes, windows on the ground floor protected with adjustable slats shutters. Four ridged roof, eye skylights.

A grocery store operated on the ground floor since the first decade of the 20th century.

Nouă Street

No. 5, Noua Street

the end of the 18th century – the beginning of the 19th century
Building consists of ground floor and first floor with the facade divided into five axes. On the ground floor a protected arch gateway and three windows covered by shutters adjustable slats. Two slopes roof, ridge parallel to the facade, skylight-eye.

In the early twentieth century Wilhelm Wazek run a cheese factory  (moves to No. 2 lately)

Nouă Street

No. 55, Noua Street

Rural building, two axes, windows with full shutters, profiled cornice protected by tiles, trapezoidal pinion with two small skylights; beveled, ridged roof with the ridge parallel to the street.

Special elements:
Facade pinion with the inscription 1775 and the initials TE and LM

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