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Crama Segarcea (cca. 1893); arhitect Joseph Exner

Crama Segarcea (cca. 1893); arhitect Joseph Exner

Crama Segarcea (cca. 1893); arhitect Joseph Exner

Crama Segarcea (cca. 1893); arhitect Joseph Exner

“Holy Trinity” Chapel - built between 1850-1890 in neo-gothic style by architect Theophil von Hansen Austrian. This construction has  altar and access ladder with two ramps, sculpted with white Carrara marble. From painting executed in 1890 by George Tattarescu there are only fragments of the painting Madonna with Jesus in her arms, the rest of paintings have being lost. In the final resting place are the graves of Barbu Dimitrie Stirbei, Barbu Alexandru Stirbei and of their relatives.

“Holy Trinity” Chapel - built between 1850-1890 in neo-gothic style by architect Theophil von Hansen Austrian. This construction has altar and access ladder with two ramps, sculpted with white Carrara marble. From painting executed in 1890 by George Tattarescu there are only fragments of the painting Madonna with Jesus in her arms, the rest of paintings have being lost. In the final resting place are the graves of Barbu Dimitrie Stirbei, Barbu Alexandru Stirbei and of their relatives.

**French architects in Bucharest**  Arch. Michel Sanjouard - Stirbei Palace from Bucharest, Romania (1833-1835, Neoclassic)

**French architects in Bucharest** Arch. Michel Sanjouard - Stirbei Palace from Bucharest, Romania Neoclassic)

Nichita Hrusciov - stayed here during a visit of six days in 1959, when it was decided to withdraw Soviet troops from Romania; •	Nicu Ceauşescu, the third son of the Nicolae and Elena Ceaușescu couple - used the palace as guest house for a period;    •	the USA tennis team stayed here in 1973 and trained for the Davis Cup final on the tennis courts of the estate.

Nichita Hrusciov - stayed here during a visit of six days in when it was decided to withdraw Soviet troops from Romania;

Palace Ştirbei complex is one of the examples of the eclectic architecture with European influence built in Bucharest and its surroundings in the 19th century (1850-1863) and one of the best preserved nobility domain from this period. Initially, the building looked liked a cula , with two exit tunnels in case of danger.

Palace Ştirbei complex is one of the examples of the eclectic architecture with European influence built in Bucharest and its surroundings in the 19th century (1850-1863) and one of the best preserved nobility domain from this period. Initially, the building looked liked a cula , with two exit tunnels in case of danger.

All sizes | Fabric Synagogue (1897) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | Fabric Synagogue (1897) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | Craiova : Biserica Evanghelică-Luterană | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | Craiova : Biserica Evanghelică-Luterană | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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