Kornis Castle

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Place Category: FeaturePlace Tags: castle, kornis, romania, and transylvania

  • If you happen to find yourself in the Transylvanian village of Mănăstirea (Cluj County, Romania), be sure to check out the ruins of Kornis Castle. Built between the years 1573 and 1593 to adhere to the Renaissance architectural style, it is the chief attraction of its surrounding region. Even after 1975 when the Romanian Orthodox Church took the estate over, there have been no efforts to renovate it. Designed by Hungarian master architect Kristof Kereszturi, it harbours exciting sights such as the Tower Entrance, the Octagonal Fountain, the Inorog, and the multiple coats of arms. Definitely a must-investigate!

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