Dating: 17th-18th century
Built after the 17th century, the Reformed Church is 20 meters long, 10 meters wide and has a 20 meter high tower with an oddity: you can’t go inside it, since it has no door, no windows and no dormers. This generated a great number of urban legends regarding the purpose of this tower, and especially what lies inside it. The church’s windows are small, typical for gothic architecture. Inside there is an old pipe organ, as well as tombs from the Renaissance period. Several roman funerary monuments are embedded in the walls, monuments which were the subject of a study by Oxford University. On entering the church, one can admire two roman funerary lions, most likely brought from the Cigmău camp area.
Address: No.8 Independence street, Geoagiu