Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage

 

Pielarilor Street

Old name:

Lederergasse

Extended to the west with Plopilor Street and to the east with Rotarilor Street, it is another street with old buildings, the houses from no. 7, 9, 11, 12, 14 form a real historical reservation.
1616 the existence of a bakery is being mentioned which was donated by the mayor M. Lutsch to the evangelic school.
In 1858 the puncture from Pielarilor Street to  Nicolae Teclu Street was performed. In the ‘70s the street was paved and a sidewalk was arranged.

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Pielarilor Street
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Pielarilor Street

No. 7, Pielarilor Street

the end of the 18th century – the beginning of the 19th century, 1892
Property consists of two buildings fronting the street, at the left on one level, the one at the right formed by partial basement, ground floor and first floor.

Special elements:
Wind flag dated 1892

Pielarilor Street

No. 9, Pielarilor Street

the end of the 18th century – the beginning of the 19th century
Rural-style house, facade with two axes, two window with adjustable slat shutters.
A trapezoidal gable with two rectangular skylights, Beveled, ridged  roof towards the street with the eaves perpendicular to the street.
Access through a wooden double door, presents decorative embossed cassettes.

Pielarilor Street

No. 15, Pielarilor Street

the end of the 18th century – the beginning of the 19th century, 1900
Rural facade consists of four buildings, two of them fronting the street.
Body on the left has three axes, windows have traditional slat shutters and framing.
The ridged roof, with the ridge parallel to the facade presents an eye skylight.

Comments

mb @ 24/05/2013, 15:37
Am incarcat o fotografie in care se vede si nr. 24
Liliana @ 23/05/2013, 22:12
Puteti face poze si pentru casa de la nr 24?
Multumesc.
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