Built in the first decade of the XVII century, Trei Ierarhi church impressed by exterior architectures who combine moldavian, arabic and bizantine styles
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Such design and craftsmanship on the outside. The carved stonework introduces aspects of many cultures. Greek, Turkisn, Byzantine, Romanian, Persian, and more. Also beautiful inside.
This is on me of the most beautiful churches in Romania. The outside facade of carving stones is just amazing. We were there just between the lunch time when the church was closed. So we returned later and it was definitely worth. The interior is...More
If you want to see a piece of the beating heart of Moldovian spirit, then you need to visit this tiny yet beautiful church. Just make sure you have your camera ready because you are going to use it.
It is a sightseeing in Iasi. I didn't enter in the church because it was closed, but the outside fresco it is fabulous! You should visit!
rare stone decorations and very old paintings. It is a must see, every single row of estone embroidery is unique from the base to the rooftop, it never repeat itself. Used to be covered in gold.
I came upon it accidentally on my morning walk to the office.This seventeenth-century monastery has an impressive, lacework-like exterior that is impossible not to catch the eye.The interior is nothing out of the ordinary except the fact that several Romanian royal figures are buried inside...More