The departure at 5 a.m. in front of the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova Block A, every Saturday and Sunday.
How many of us have visited the truly this charming city?! Iasi – the town in which is harmoniously knitted past with present. The city of the first universities in Romania, the first major unification, the first show of the theater in the Romanian language…
The Palace of Culture– the “Moldova” National Museum Complex hosts four museums located in the Palace of Culture: Art Museum, Moldavia’s History Museum, Ethnographic Museum of Moldavia, and “Ștefan Procopiu” Science and Technique Museum. The Museums also comprise their own stores and libraries, as well as halls for temporary exhibitions.
Metropolis of Moldavia and Bukovina. Set up in 1386, and recognized in 1401, by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, the Metropolis of Moldavia united, in 1872, with the Metropolis of Ungro-Wallachia to form the Romanian Orthodox Church.
The Iași National Theatre Vasile Alecsandri is the oldest national theatre and one of the most prestigious theatrical institutions in Romania. Nowadays, the building also hosts the Iași Romanian National Opera.
Roset-Roznovanu Palace was built in the second half of the 18th century, and rebuilt between 1830 and 1833 by Iordache Ruset-Roznovanu, a member of the Rosetti family. During World War I, it hosted the Romanian government. Today it hosts the Iași City Hall.
Dosoftei’s residence- Dimitrie Barilă, better known under his monastical name Dosoftei (October 26, 1624—December 13, 1693), was a Moldavian Metropolitan, scholar, poet and translator.
Bărboi Church dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul was raised on the foundation in 1613-15, dedicated to Saint Paraschiva and commissioned by the boyar Ioan Ursu Bărboi.
Golia Monastery was raised on the foundation of the church erected, in the 16th century, by the boyar Ioan Golia, the monastery was rebuilt on a greater scale by Prince Vasile Lupu, between 1650 and 1653
Frumoasa (Beautiful) Monastery is a Romanian Orthodox monastery built between 1726 and 1733, by Moldavian Prince Grigore II Ghica.
Central Library “Mihai Eminescu” was established on 8 November 1839 and opened on 23 November 1841, carrying on the tradition of the activity and fame of the old library of Academia Vasiliană
THE VISITED OBJECTIVES
Cetațuia Monastery is located on the top of Cetăţuia Hill of the old Moldavian capital and was built by Prince Gheorghe Duca in the 17th century. It is surrounded by fortifications with towers on the corners, and it provided refuge during the enemy siege or full-scale invasions.
Metropolitan Cathedral. Its form was inspired by the late Italian Renaissance style (Trinità dei Monti ), with Baroque elements. In 1889, the relics of Saint Paraschiva, patron saint of Moldavia, were brought from Trei Ierarhi Monastery and continue to attract crowds of pilgrims.
“Ion Creanga” Cottage. Here the great writer Ion Creanga lived between 1872-1889 and here he wrote his entire work. It has two rooms and a vestibule and contains Creanga’s writing materials and personal effects.
Trei Ierarhi “Three Hierarchs” Monastery is the most beautiful foundation of sovereignity of Vasile Lupu, prince of Moldavia, built between 1637-1639.
Copou Park is the public garden with the Eminescu’s Linden Tree and the Mihai Eminescu Museum. Its development started between 1834 and 1844.
“Al.I.Cuza” University is the first university in Romania and it was founded by Al.I.Cuza, with the help of Mihail Kogalniceanu, in 1860. It houses the famous “Hall of the Lost Footsteps”, where one can admire the works of the painter Sabin Balasa.
“Sf. Nicolae Domnesc” “Saint Nicholas” Church was built at the initiative of the sovereign leader Stefan cel Mare, between of June 1491- August 1492.