It's a house. Look again... it's a church! Saint George moved in to the second floor of an impressive villa in 1934, where Romanian Orthodox believers improvised a church until redecoration in 1985. The carved wooden furniture still looks new. Check out the chair with the photo of Mitropolit Plamadeala, Orthodox archbishop of Transylvania. The wonderful paintings of saints and biblical scenes on the walls and ceilings were added between 1989 and 1991. Some of the icons are painted onto (the back of) glass - a Transylvanian speciality. This is a busy church, with services nearly all day, nearly every day, so you'll have a good chance of seeing a service in progress.