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... King Henry VIII did to the English monasteries.
The next day we spent exploring the old town. Its small but with so many old buildings and quaint nooks to find you really need a lot longer. The covered walkway from the lower citadel leads up to the Protestant church at the very top of the hill. It is a really powerful building with massive stone walls built to protect the worshippers inside no doubt. Best of all though is the crypt - you can actually visit this ...
... over by the Puritans only to be discovered years later, followed by years of painstaking restoration. He is quite proud, however, that is particular church was voted the best of 80 similar ones across Europe. Afterwards, we decide to take a different route down-- and pass through the adjoining cemetery that has a gorgeous path running down the middle. It is steep, green and serene-- I love cemeteries. That is until Beckett decides to have an utter meltdown half way ...
... and minibuses. I asked around and found out a minibus was leaving at 11. It was now 10 so I went inside to read and get out of the heat.
At 10:40, I went outside and the bus to Sighioara was already packed full! There were people buzzing around the bus like flies, trying to get on board. I was told to wait until noon, when there might be a bus, maybe, that would go to Sighisoara. I was told they came every hour.
... out in a contrasting colour.
The altar piece is decorated with saints and bible themes, and the organ, which is atypically up the altar end of the church, looks in pretty good condition.
We get a good picture of the facade of the village, call past Marco's house, which is a typical village house, and head back to town, being dropped off at the bottom of the stairs past the clock tower. Marco proved to be a very good guide. At first we thought ...
... town which is full of well presevered medievel architexture. Jess couldn't take enough pictures here as every corner you went around there was another amazing building full of colour and detail. Our highlights of the old fortified town was the clock tower, which you could see just about everywhere in the area, and the graveyard, full of elaborate tombstones and tall dark trees with vines wrapped all the way up their trunks. One thing I will soon miss ...