The « Horea, Closca and Crisan »Statuary Group (1st of December 1918 Boulevard, in front of the Napoca Hotel) - represents the leaders of the Peasant Uprising in Transylvania in 1784 (by sculptor Ion Vlasiu)
The Mirror Street (Iuliu Maniu Street) A unique attraction in Transylvania, the West side of the street (between Unirii Square an Bolyai Street) was built symmetrically in the 19th century, in eclectic style, following the trends of those days, inspired by architect Hausmann who systematized Paris in a modern conception. The street is named after the Romanian politician Iuliu Maniu who served as Prime Minister of Romania and had an important role in the Unification of Transylvania with Romania.
Cluj Arena is the stadium that is being built in Cluj, in the place of the former stadium, Ion Moina. The construction is financed by funds of the Cluj County Council, which also owns the building. The main beneficiary will be the U Cluj football team. The new stadium, with 2 stands and 2 grounds will have a capacity of 30.596 covered seats. It will be a high-standard arena, which is going to be ranked as a UEFA ELITE stadium.
The two cultural institutions were founded in 18th September 1919, as an expression of spiritual rebirth after the Great Uniuon in 1918. The building which houses the „Lucian Blaga” National Theatre and the Romanian Opera was built between 1904 and 1906, as seat for the Hungarian National Theatre, by the famous Viennese firm „ Fellner und Helmer”, combining stylistic elements of new-baroque and Secession. The hall has 928 setas and it is built in New-Baroque style. For decorating the lobby were used stylistic modulations inspired by Secession. The National Theatre and the Romanian Opera have been functioning there since 1919. The opening show of the National Theatre of Cluj took place on 1st and 2nd December 1919, with the plays „Se face ziua” by Zaharia Barsan and „Ovidiu” by Vasile Alecsandri. The „Eupharion” Studio of the National Theatre is especially designed for the young artists and their creative experiments. The Romanian National Opera from Cluj Napoca is the first lyrical dramatic state institution from Romania. The inaugural show took place on 25 May 1820, with the play “Aida” by G.Verdi. More than 200 titles of operas, operettas and ballets from the world repertoire have been put on scene at the Romanian Opera so far.
Piata Avram Iancu Cluj-Napoca