"The Black Church in Brasov, Romania" | Sebastian Condrea, on Flickr. Photographer wrote: "The Black Church is a cathedral in Brașov, a city in southeastern Transylvania, Romania. It was built by the German community of the city and stands as the main Gothic style monument in the country, as well as being the largest and one of the most important Lutheran (Evangelical Church of Augustan Confession in Romania) places of worship in the region."
The Church of the Three Hierarchs, the most distinctive church in Iasi, Romania. It was completed in the 1630s, and its exterior of patterned stone carving was once layered in gold. It now provides the resting place for the crypts of Alexandru Ioan Cuza (the prince who unified Wallachia and Romania in 1859) and Dimitrie Cantemir, the last native Moldavian Prince before the period of Phanariot Greek rule under the Ottomans (1711-1824).
Catedrala Adormirea Maicii Domnului Iasi - România