Almost 60 etchings made after the molds of Dutch painter Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn are on display in Crit village, as part of the Haferland Week, celebrating Saxon culture in Transylvania. The festival takes place August 10th to August 15th but the exhibition can be visited until the end of August, in the parochial house Kraus in Criț.

Thomas Emmerling, the owner of the collection of Rembrandt works, had previously exhibited the works in museums in Iasi, Cluj, Timisoara, Campulung-Muscel and Brasov but this is the first time the exhibition is hosted in a parochial house.

The exhibition can be visited between 09:00 and 20:00 and an entrance ticket costs RON 12.

The fourth edition of the Haferland Week includes the Fişer, Rupea, Saschiz, Viscri, Roadeş, Criţ, Cloaşterf and Meşendorf. As part of the festival, tourists can sample local products, attend classical music and gospel concerts held in fortified churches, attend a traditional Saxon ball and also see local craftsmen in action.