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Cultură și diversitate

Turul drept e plimbarea de pe strada Republicii care îți va oferi numeroase ocazii de a-ți afișa zâmbetul pe chip. Dar cum realitățile au mai fost și sumbre, vei păși și în istoria evenimentelor întunecate. Dar nu îți fie teamă! Sunt atât de mulți nobili gata să te salveze, sunt meșteșugarii care-s pregătiți să-ți meșteșugească un surâs, sunt vocile certurilor dintre asociații fabricii de țiglă, sunt oaspeții hotelurilor de odinioară și câte nu mai sunt! Mai jos găsești informații despre câteva dintre cele cu care te întâlnești în această perindare! Mai sunt multe de aflat! Vii cu noi în turul drept?


The Republic Street is flanked by three places of worship. The oldest of them, witness to the development of the village, is the Roman Catholic Church of Saint Vendelin, dating from 1766. The chapel of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel was consecrated in 1901 and is dedicated to the Greek Catholic faithful. The Orthodox Church of the Annunciation was consecrated in 1942. All this speaks of the multicultural nature of the town.

Statuia Sfântul Florian Jimbolia

Saint Florian Statue

It's natural to wonder what's the deal with that statue in the centre of town, which also acts as a roundabout. The truth is that everything (in Jimbolia) revolves around the statue of Saint Florian. Join us to find out the real details about it!

Conacul Csekonics Primăria Jimbolia

Csekonics Manor

If you want to meet a noble family that has had many illustrious members, then you must stop by this winter castle. Csekonics Manor, as it is also known, is home to a lot of stories about the noble family of the same name.


Starting from monuments, fascinating stories will sprinkle your way along the Republic Street. The Monument of the Seven Anti-Fascist Heroes, the Obelisk of 1848-1849 Revolution, the Heroes' Monument and the stone marking the 250th anniversary of colonisation reveal precious information about the ancestors.

Statuie Karl Diel Jimbolia

Doctor Karl Diel Statue

Doctor Karl Diel was an important personality of Jimbolia, and his statue is proof of the respect and appreciation of the inhabitants. The category B historical monument is made of bronze and is 3.25 metres high.


The multiculturality of the locality is also reflected in the musicians' and writers' alleys. Here you can listen to music among the busts of Emmerich Bartzer, Béla Bartok and George Enescu and read the writings of Peter Jung, Petőfi Sándor and Mihai Eminescu.

Train Station

gara jimbolia

You've just got off the Orient Express train and walked onto the platform at Jimbolia station. Together with you, over the years, many personalities have passed through this railway station. Take a few moments here to find out about the most unexpected events and visits!

House of Culture

casa de cultura jimbolia

The House of Culture is an important place. Here culture is like a dense spider's web and you have to walk through it to understand it. You'll encounter stories of deportations, how it functioned as a prison and how it now helps to strengthen local identity.


palatul szimberger jimbolia

Republic Street is full of buildings that are worth stopping to look at. You will find palaces built in different architectural styles - classicist or art nouveau. But behind these eye-catching elements are stories worth remembering.

Swabian House

casa svabeasca jimbolia

The Swabian House, a historical monument of local interest, is one of the prototypes of the houses that the locals used to build in the past. The inscription on the Baroque facade indicates the year 1833, which puts it among the oldest houses still existing in Banat.

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