Stavropoleos Monastery after Easter, Bucharest
The church was built in 1724, during the reign of Nicolae Mavrocordat (Prince of Wallachia, 1719-1730), by archimandrite Ioanichie Stratonikeas. Within the precinct of his inn, Ioanichie built the church, and a monastery which was economically sustained with the incomes from the inn (a relatively common situation in those times). In 1726 abbot Ioanichie was elected metropolitan of Stavropole and exarch of Caria. Since then the monastery he built is named Stavropoleos, after the name of the…
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Beautiful decay – Casa Macca
Casa Macca (Macca house) built in late XIX century by colonel Petre Macca and his wife Elena in Bucharest. Through her will, Elena donated the house to the Romanian state. It became an Antique Muse…
Casa Presei văzută de pe Arcul de Triumf
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‘Thanks to’ Ceausescu you wouldn’t say so, but Bucharest is build on hills. The only stair-street in the Romanian capital, the Xenofon street, is now painted by Eva Radu and media agency Initiative....