Sibiu's historical and architectural heritage

 

Brutarilor Street

Old names:

1845 Neugasse
1857 Neugasschen
Bakergasse
1936 Brutarilor

In this street there were two bakeries: a neighborhood bakery and a evangelical community bakery.

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Brutarilor Street
Main objectives from Brutarilor Street
Brutarilor Street

No. 1, Brutarilor Street

18th century
The main building placed on the road crossing between ’’9 Mai” Street and ’’Brutarilor” Street has a rectangular design. The facade towards ’’9 Mai” Street has six axes.
On the upper floor there are six rectangular windows protected by shuttles with adjusting strips. The four ridged roof has two big rectangular skylights with a triangular gable and two ridged roof.

Towards the street there was the presentation shop of Gustav Meltzer’s factory and in the backyard’s aisles (today ’’The Journalism University”) there was the factory

Brutarilor Street

No. 2, Brutarilor Street

18th century – the beginning of the 19th century
A building formed by three aisles on the road crossing of ’’9 Mai” Street. Two ridged roof with two eye skylights towards ’’9 Mai” Street and a double skylight of the same type towards ’’Brutarilor” Street.

Here was one of the oldest bakeries in the town. At the end of the 19th century and until 1910 it was Karl Spilka’s bakery.

Comments

admin @ 01/05/2013, 16:52
Nu, cladirea respectiva nu este inclusa pe Lista Ministerului Culturii, prin urmare, oficial, nu este cladire de patrimoniu national. Acest site cuprinde toate cladirile din orasul vechi care pastreaza elemente certe de patrimoniu, nu se restrange doar la lista ministerului.
Faptul ca multe din ele nu sunt incluse pe nicio lista, nu e vina noastra
iulia dragomirescu @ 01/05/2013, 15:53
am inteles bine?casa de pe 9mai 25,respectiv brutarilor nr.1 este in patrimoniu si pot accesa fonduri pt.renovare?multumesc
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