Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage


Valea Mare Street

Old names:

1626 Bey der Badstub
1751 Auf der grossen Bach
1872 Bachgasse
1936 Valea Mare

In place of the current building at no. 3-5, there were leather factories from Albert Henrich factory founded at the end of sec. XIX, bought in the interwar period by Artenie Brasoveanu and transformed after the communists came to power in "Intr. 13 decembrie".

Valea Mare Street
Main objectives from Valea Mare Street
Valea Mare Street

No. 8, Valea Mare Street

18th century
Ground floor and upper floor building, which displays a symmetrical facade with a semicircular gang portal. The windows have adjustable slats shutters at the first floor where they kept Baroque frames broken lines with flared corners, and two oval frames framing the central window.

Valea Mare Street

No. 10, Valea Mare Street

the end of the 18th century
Ground floor and floor building, placed with the short side towards the street, displays four axes. Ridged roof with the ridge parallel to the street,  with four eye skylights and one Baroque chimneys to the courtyard.

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