The “Annunciation” Church, from the Iris neighbourhood, Puieţilor Street, no. 2, is one of the Romanian churches erected during the interwar period. The Church was completed in 1934, is a church in the shape of a ship. It is built of brick, the steeple tower being a unique architectural achievement within the municipality of Cluj-Napoca.
In 2008 it was fully renovated, currently the interior being realized within the specific frameworks of Byzantine art.