The Church of “St. Nicholas of the Princes”, built between 1491-1492 by the Moldavian ruler Stephen the Great (1457-1504) and renovated between 1890 – 1904 by the French architect André Lecomte du Nouy, is the oldest building in Iaşi preserved until today. Because it stands next to the Princely Court and because most of the Moldavian Princes were crowned here, from Despot Vodǎ (1511-1563) to Alexandru Ioan Cuza (1859-1866), the church received the surname “of the Princes”.
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wojtpod (774) 2011-05-10 13:11
Exellent panorama of the town! Very interesting old architecture.
I like it.
Schnappilic (9686) 2011-05-10 13:37
Ai ales un punct de statie foarte bun si a rezultat o imagine minunata. Nu am vazut niciodata Iasul dar cred ca este un oras frumos.
O seara buna!