Unglerus Medieval Resort - Biertan, jud. Sibiu, 557045, Romania

The Biertan Donarium

  • Donarium

    The Biertan Donarium is a fourth-century Christian votive object found near the town of Biertan, in Transylvania, Romania.
    Made out of bronze in the shape of a Labarum, it has the Latin text EGO ZENOVIUS VOTUM POSVI, which can be approximatively translated as "I, Zenovius, offered this gift".
    It was found in 1775 in the Chimdru forest, about 5 km south of Biertan and it was part of the collections of Baron Samuel von Brukenthal, nowadays being part of the exhibits of the Brukenthal National Museum.
    This donarium was used as an argument for the existence of a Latin-speaking Christian population in Dacia[1] (the ancestors of Romanians) following the Aurelian Retreat.

Unglerus Medieval Resort
str. 1 Decembrie, nr. 1
Biertan, jud. Sibiu, 557045, Romania
Call: +40 742 024 065, Contact Cetate: 0269 868 262


Welcome to Unglerus Medieval Resort in Biertan

If the idea of medieval time-travel has ever appealed to you, one of the closest experiences you can have is to visit the authentic village of Biertan, a designated Unesco World Heritage Site. A visit to this quaint village, set amidst lush farmland and green rolling hills, will give you a taste of the medieval era. Our elegant accommodation consists of 3 Pensions of four marguerites, which have been fully renovated to the highest standards in keeping with the local architecture. The medieval restaurant is build in a 17th century building that is part of the Fortified Church of Biertan. Unglerus Medieval Resort also offers a variety of options for leisure time.