The stone Church of Criscior

The church was founded at the end of the 14th century. Longitudinally shaped, with a belfry tower to the west, the church preserves on the narthex walls a mural from the times of the foundation (the votive painting with the founder’s family, biblical scenes, military saints, etc.) the work of a Romanian master of the local school. It is built in a synthetic style, resulting from the merging of byzantine and gothic traditional elements, filtered through a popular vision. There are remnants of the "Final Judgment" on the exterior of the Northern wall (the 15th century). The apse was rebuilt and extended in the 19th century.