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The monument is located between the Orthodox Cathedral and the National Theater. Often craftsmen fairs are held here.
The monument can be accessed by bus (1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 24, 24B, 25, 30, 32, 32B, 46) , station Opera or Regionala CFR....More
Avram Iancu was a local hero - a lawyer by occupation and a revolutionist by spirit, who led an uprising in Transilvania against the Hungarians, forming alliance with the Austrians. His statue rises high above the square and overshadows it. Impressing! We stayed in Beyfin...More
If you're looking for a piece of art, don't come to see this statue. But if you're looking for a good example of nationalistic kitsch, it's a must see. Quite a shame that this statue is to be found in one of the most beautiful...More
As a person who grew up in Cluj, I hate this monument. Unfortunately the politician politicized the removal of the monument and is still there in a beautiful place in Cluj. Avram Iancu was a great Romanian hero, but his depiction is horrible, I call...More
During our free walking tour we got to see many interesting sites/attraction and hear there stories. This monument to Avram Iancu has an interesting story as he was just a normal man, who defeated the Hungarians during the revolution of 1848 - 1849. Our guide...More