The Greek-Catholic church St. Ursula is in the old historic center of Sibiu, situated a few steps from the main square, when you go down to the train station. First there was a monastery here in the middle ages. In the year 1543, the church became Lutheran. It was only in the 18th century when a Catholic church was installed with the order of the Ursulines. It is a baroque-style church, but with Gothic elements, and highlights the main door as well as the statues inside. What surprised me is the fervor of the people ve lived here when at any time of day people left and entered while theirs was almost always empty.