Cluj-Napoca Evangelical Church

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Evangelical-Lutheran Church
Cluj-Napoca Evangelical Church.jpg
General information
Town or city Cluj-Napoca
Country Romania
Completed 1829
Owner Evangelical Lutheran Church of Romania
Design and construction
Architect Georg Winkler

The Evangelical Church is a place of worship for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was built between 1816 and 1829, following plans drawn by the architect Georg Winkler. The church is 33.8 m in length and 18 m in width, with a 43 m tower, marked with the inscription PIETATI. The sanctuary was decorated by Johann Gentiluomo, and, in 1913, the church received a pipe organ, build in Ludwigsburg.

Current Pastors[edit]

Adorjani Dezső Zoltán (bishop), Fehér Attila (counselor), Fehér Olivér (trainee), Kerékgyártó Imola Orsoly (trainee).[1]


  1. ^ "Kolozsvári Evangélikus-Lutheránus Egyházközség" (in Hungarian). Retrieved 28 August 2016. 
  • Lukacs Jozsef, Povestea „oraşului-comoară”, Editura Biblioteca Apostrof, Cluj-Napoca, 2005

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Coordinates: 46°46′16″N 23°35′24″E / 46.77111°N 23.59000°E / 46.77111; 23.59000