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Iasi is among the very few cities in the Orthodox world with more than 100 churches.In 1565, Iasi became the capital of Moldavia and for a short period of time, from 1859 until 1862, the capital of Romania. Admission charge The Church of the Three Hierarchs (constructed 1637 - 1639) is highlighted as a must-see in every guidebook.The oldest, the Princely Saint Nicholas Church, dates from the reign of Stephen the Great (Stefan cel Mare, 1457-1504). Paraschiva Metropolitan Cathedral and Trei Ierarhi Church, the last a curious example of Byzantine art, erected in 1635-1639 by Vasile Lupu.
The interior décor, with the lavish furnishings and magnificent staircase of the entrance lobby, can be admired free of charge; tickets are required for entry to the museums. The original interior paintings were completed by Russian artists sent to Iasi by the Tsar.
In 1868, Monsignor Salandarie founded the Catholic Institute here, enlarging the building and adding a spacious extension, which today, houses the Moldavia Philharmonic.
The old building is home to the George Enescu Conservatoire. Agatha Barsescu 18 Built in the late 19th century on the site of the old City Hall, this is one of the most elegant buildings in Romania.
The palace burned down in 1844 and was rebuilt by Nicolae Rosetti Rozvaneanu. Arcu 13 Built in 1815 by Alexandru Bals, this house became the venue of choice for theatre performances in Iasi.
In 1891, the building became the City Hall but two years later, was transformed into a royal residence. On January 18, 1847, the famous composer, Franz Liszt, played here.
It can seat 1,000 people and the acoustics are excellent.