Built in 13th
century, the Roman Catholic Cathedral is considered to be
an important monument of early Transylvanian medieval architecture.
It harmoniously combines Gothic and Roman style elements.
The establishment was meant to be a three Trinitarian three
semicircular absides transept. Undoubtedly, the most important
early Transylvanian Renaissance building is "Lazo"
Chapel situated on the northern side of the Cathedral. The
Chapel has a late gothic pointed arch.
The keystone is decorated with blazons of some Transylvanian
Inside the cathedral there is Iancu of Hunedoara`s sarcophagus
next to those of his elder son Ladislau (situated in the lateral
southern nave), of Queen Isabella and of son, Ioan Sigismund
(situated in the opposite lateral nave).