Address: Piata Mare 4 - 5 Facing west of the square is the stunning Brukenthal Palace, the oldest and one of the finest art museums in the country.
The palace was built by Baron Samuel von Brukenthal to serve as his residence and house his collections of Romanian and Western art, 16th – 18th century religious sculptures and icons, stamps and coins, as well as an impressive library.
Located in the heart of the old walled city, the square was designated an architectural monument by UNESCO and features some of the most impressive buildings in Sibiu.
Address: Piata Mare The north side of the Great Square is dominated by the Roman-Catholic Church .
The roof, originally built in pyramid form, has undergone various changes, culminating in the addition of four corner turrets in 1826.