Cisnadie Fortified Church
Cisnadie Fortified Church stands in the center of Cisnadie town. It was built at the beginning of the 14th century, in the shape of a Romanesque basilica, with tree naves, a square choir and a semicircular apse, with side aisles and a massive bell tower on the western side.
After a Turkish attack, at the end of the 15th century, the church was reinforced with two defensive towers, on the eastern and southern sides and strong walls were built around it, with a moat in between. The parish house completed the assembly. It is a representative example of Transylvanian Romanesque religious architecture.