The village of Alma Vii was first mentioned in 1298
Today, Alma Vii is part of the commune Moșna
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Moșna (German: Meschen; Hungarian: Muzsna) is a commune located in Sibiu County, Transylvania, Romania. It is composed of three villages: Alma Vii, Moșna, and Nemșa. Moșna and Alma Vii have fortified churches.
The commune is situated on the Transylvanian Plateau, in the northern part of the county. It lies at a distance of 10 km (6.2 mi) from Mediaș and 73 km (45 mi) from the county seat, Sibiu. The river Calva flows through Alma Vii.
At the 2011 census, 84% of the inhabitants were Romanians, 12.6% Roma, 1.8% Hungarians, and 1.5% Germans.
Names for Almen
The Alma Vii Fortified Church
The beautiful fortified church was one of our main reasons to settle in Alma Vii. Since then, the Mihai Eminescu Trust (MET) has done a fabulous job of restoring the old building.
You can find all the information on the churches webpage at almavii.ro.
Get some ideas about what to do around Alma-Via Guesthouse
For some nice older pictures from Alma Vii, visit the following site:
Of course, there is more to explore at https://alma-vii.de/. Especially if you speak German.
Siebenbürger.de is a regional website featuring Alma Vii as well
More information can be found here (in German): https://www.siebenbuerger.de/ortschaften/almen/