I love the tower above, but it also has a statue of John of Kronstadt, as the Saxons called the city, in front of it. A contemporary of Martin Luther, he is credited with bringing Lutheranism to Transylvania. of course this was during the reformation, and this was a critical time in the lives of the many Saxons in Transylvania.
Entire villages became Lutheran, and this would add to the huge list of religions in Transylvania: Lutheran, Jewish, Catholic, and Romanian Orthodox. This would add to the many traditions of Transylvania.