Photographer's Note

Defensive churches are inseparable architectural landscape Transylwania and peasant castles. Have growing for end XIV in. the threat from side of Turkish state extorted the preparation of country before the enemy's next invasions.
The populaces led the first place in these workings the saxon building and strengthening the numerous peasant fortresses, raised in defensive places, prepared to defence of churches often also around. In XV in. it became the majority of saxon temples strongly fortified, and whole local community care over them was charged.
It the circuit of walls was built was always the row of habitable rooms inside and usable. In razie of threat all occupants could shelter and live by longer time for consolidations.
The fortified church was last place of resistance strongly. The strengthened towers, often from wooden gallery, the presbytery from added defensive storeys, from shooting openings and different elements of defensive architecture and the true don¿on acted from temple the internal well

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