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"Three Hierarchs" Monastery ::


Address: 28, Stefan cel Mare si Sfant Blvd.

Patron: The Three Hierarchs (January, 30)

Web-site: www.manastireasftreiierarhi.ro

Visiting hours: daily, between 09:30-14:30



"Three Hierarchs" Monastery is the most beautiful foundation of sovereignity of Vasile Lupu, prince of Moldavia, built between 1637-1639.

During 1882-1904 restoration works took place, under the supervision of the French architect Lecomte de Nouy. The exterior decorations completely covering the building were gilded at the beginning and the combination of Turkish, Arab, Georgian, Armenian and Persian elements along with Romanian architectural motives give it a wonderful rock lace.

Over 30 registers of decorative motifs can be noticed.

Inside the monastery, members of Vasile Lupu's family, Dimitrie Cantemir and Alexandru Ioan Cuza are buried.




Ways to get there:
check the public transport http://www.ratp-iasi.ro/planif10.pdf and routes.


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