The Palace of Culture is one of the largest buildings of Romania, located in the city of Iaşi. The building hosts four different museums: The Museum of History, The Museum of Art, The Museum of Ethnography, and The Museum of Science and Technology.
The Palace of Culture Iasi, a true landmark of Romania
The Palace of Culture Iasi is a true symbol of the city. A former Palace of Justice, now it holds 4 museums and a Heritage Conservation-Restoration Center.
Biserica Sf. Nicolae Domnesc Iasi
The Royal Saint Nicholas Church was founded by Stefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great) between 1491-1492 and it stands for the oldest religious dwelling in Iasi that is still in use these days. It is situated in Iasi, nearby the former Curtea Domneasca - Royal Court where now is The Palace of Culture, and this is the reason why it is here that were anointed most of the rulers of Moldova, from Despot Voda to Alexandru Ioan Cuza. This also explains its name of Sf. Nicolae-Domnesc (Royal Saint…
Iasi, Romania ~ Shown is the Palace of Culture, a neo-Gothic structure built on the site of a 15th century palace. It contains several museums, including The Art Museum, which has the largest art collection in Romania, with more than 8,000 paintings.
Iasi Painted Church
A painted church near the city palace, Iasi, Romania Taken by: My dad St. Nicolae Domnesc Church. www.hiro.tank.jp/yoko/ro/iasi/sf_nicolae.htm www.hiro.tank.jp/yoko/ro/iasi/sf_nicolae.htm
Culture Palace, Iasi (Palatul Culturii)
The Palace of Culture fom Iasi hosts 4 museum: the Museum of Art, the Museum of History, the Museum of Ethnography and the Museum of Science and Technology. The palace is built on the founda…