UFO art discovered in medieval wall painting hanging in Transylvanian church

Tourists visiting the church in Medieval Citadel in Sighisoara, Transylvania have been left puzzled by the strange object in the roughly 400-year-old work of art

Does this Romanian church’s medieval wall painting depict a UFO-style flying saucer?

Tourists visiting the church in Medieval Citadel in Sighisoara, Transylvania have been left puzzled by the strange object in the roughly 400-year-old work of art.

The painting, which adorns the wall of the 13th century monetary, first appeared in the 17th century after the place of worship burnt down.

The UFO-like object depicted in a wall painting in a medieval Romanian church

The UFO-like object depicted in a wall painting in a medieval Romanian church

However, Nicolae Tescula, manager of the history museum Sighisoara, thinks the bizarre unidentified object could just be the artist’s representation of heaven.

Casting doubt on the theory it could show the first signs of alien life on earth, Tescula said: “The church is Evangelical and the image has a secondary role or is less representative.

Monastery Church in Sighisoara, Transylvania, Romania.

Monastery Church in Sighisoara, Transylvania, Romania.

“Indeed, there is a painting in the sacristy of the church with a religious scene that represents a cloud – perhaps Elijah’s assumption to Heaven – which looks like a dome, but can lead to a more modern representation that might make us think of a UFO.”

He believes the painting could have been created by an artist from Sighisoara.

The Sighisoara wall painting

The Sighisoara wall painting

Tescula added: “Many say it’s a UFO, it looks like a UFO, it is an artist’s vision.

“They are like Leonardo da Vinci’s paintings, you can interpret them.”

The church, situated in the heart of the Medieval Citadel, has burnt down twice since it was built an estimated 700 years ago.

This is the why the interior of the church includes of variety of styles, including its artworks, according to Romania Insider.

Source: Mirror UK

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