Culturii- Palace was inaugurated in 1926 by Ferdinand of Hohenzollern. Designed by architect ID Berindei, construction of the Palace lasted two decades. The monument was erected on the ruins of the ancient royal courts (1434), rebuilt in neoclassical style by Prince Alexander Mourousis (1806-1812).
Today is the seat Palace of Culture National Museum Complex "Moldova" and include History Museum of Moldova, the Moldovan Ethnographic Museum, Art Museum, Museum of Science and Technology Stefan Procopius.
Moldovan Metropolitan Cathedral and Bucovinei- Iasi is a monumental building, rectangular, four towers at the corners marked unhooked. The architectural style is inspired by the shapes of the late Italian Renaissance. Decorative elements both inside and outside, are dominated by the Baroque.
Since 1889 it was brought to the church of St. Three Hierarchs, the shrine with the relics of Pious Paraskevi, the protector of Moldavia.
National Theatre "Vasile Alecsandri" - Built in Iasi, ranked old Town Hall between 1894 and 1896, the National Theatre building is considered to be the oldest and most beautiful place of its kind in the country.
National Theatre is a true architectural gem sheltering real art monuments: The curtain painted in 1896 by master Viennese M. Lenz and finished by one of the disciples, shows an allegory of life in the center, with the three ages, and in the right allegory Union Romanian Principalities (Moldova, Transylvania and Romanian Country); Iron curtain, painted by Al. Goltz with ornamental motifs symmetrically arranged separate from the rest room scene sealed; The painted ceiling. Goltz, pastel, is paradise allegories, it is illustrated with nymphs and angels and framed in Rococo style; Venice crystal chandelier with 109 bulbs.
Today this building houses the Romanian Opera.
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