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Reformed Church - Strada Moților, Cluj-Napoca

“Cu Cocoş” (with Rooster) Reformed Church

The “Rooster” Reformed Church on Calea Moţilor is one of the religious architecture monuments from the modern era of Cluj. It was built between 1913-1914 on the site of Count Nemeș property who had arranged a public space for outdoor performances. The architect Károly Kós is one of the most important architects of Central Europe and he managed to combine architectural elements of the basilica style with those specific to the Land of Calata. Its name is due to the sculpture on the southern tower, the rooster being a symbol with biblical connotations.