Photographer's Note

Image take with ocasion of TE meeting and visited one part of Transylvanian Fortified Church.
Located in the center of the Saxon Triangle, Dealu Frumos/Schönberg was settled in 1321 and the Roman Basilica constructed in 1500.
Like most of the free communes of the "lordly county", Dealul Frumos had its own Romanesque basilica since the early 13th century. It had three naves, a square-planned choir and a semicircular apse, but no belfry. Due to historical events, as well as to the development of firearms, it became necessary to build two defensive towers.
Like most of the churches in southern Transylvania, the one in Dealul Frumos was also fortified with a rectangular mantle wall at the beginning of the 16th century.

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Additional Photos by IULIAN ALEXE (nemesiss) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 249 W: 220 N: 250] (2979)
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