Located in Alba County, the village of Calnic was first mentioned in a document from around 1200. Today, a peaceful, almost idyllic village, Calnic had to face the threat of invaders throughout the Middle Ages, which explains the work that was put into erecting and restoring the Fortified Church of the village. One of the few dungeon citadels in Transylvania, the Calnic fortification features a 20 meter tower with a cellar and a total of four stories. A chapel was erected within this fortification, while the village’s Evangelical church is actually found outside of it, in the village cemetery. One of the main attractions of the village is the small, bur exquisite organ fabricated in 1867 in Vienna.