Oh..yeah the Palace of Culture:) I were there las year with my school. A lot of big rooms,and old things.It was a beautiful experience!
They say that this building built in 1920 hosts 365 rooms, one for each day of the year. However, one can never visit all of them at once. Also, part of them are closed for the public. However, the Palace hosts very interesting museums, especially techincal ones, and very beautiful paintings. It is worth visiting!
A beautiful XIX century palace, one of the symbols of Iasi. It's located in the city center, right next to Palas (or rather a part of it). Part of it it's renovated, but the front it still covered in scaffolding. Nonetheless, worth seeing. I would recommend a walk from Unirii Square via Saint Stefan Boulevard with the Palace of Culture... More
This is one of the most beautiful arhitectural monuments in Romania, because is huge and has many valuable arhitectural elements and it's recently restored.
This is place is just amazing, really makes you say wow. in the front of the palace there's the statue of Stephen the great but the cool stuff is to take a few minutes walk to the back side of the palace where there's a huge park where you could just sit and be amazed from the view.
It is a marvel on the outside. On the inside, however, still need restored. Vision of the Clock Tower (not open to anyone) is impressive. Do not miss this lens if you are in Iasi.
..since you can't visit it inside. At the moment is being renovating so this is limiting the access. Overall it is beautiful and original building. Normally it houses more museums (History, technic, ethnographic) and some other nice rooms to visit. On certain times it was possible to visit the clock tower, from where you had a nice view of the... More
This is really the architectural symbol of the city. Unfortunately, still under repairs for a number of years. Also, the boulevard leading to it has been stripped recently of its ancient linden trees, a stupid decision of the mayor of the city, that did it in spite of a lot of opposition. We need a mayopr that really cares about... More
This is one of the must see buildings in the city. It has a beautiful architecture. It was built around 1920, and it's construction took around 20 years. It used to be an administrative building, but now it hosts beautiful and interesting museums. It also hosts rare paintings. I definitely recommend it.
he Palace of Culture (Romanian: Palatul Culturii) is an edificein Iaşi, Romania. It served as Administrative Palace and then Palace of Justice until 1955,and then assigned to the four museums nowadays united under the name of Moldova National Museum Complex. Also, the building houses the Cultural Heritage Conservation-Restoration Centre, the main branch of the Gheorghe Asachi Iași County Library and... More
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