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.
Instead, the heads of the Ukrainian fuel and energy sector, with the connivance of the Security Service and Prosecutor General’s Office, are publicly defending the corruption scheme.
Here a video about it: More and more West European and American companies trying to establish business in East Europe and CIS countries are faced to be unwanted involved in transactions with the omnipresent Vanagels Connection.
According to Latvian media, overall more than 300 firms were registered in the names of two simple men: the small insurance broker Stan Gorin and the homeless Erik Vanagels.
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The city prides itself with publishing the first Romanian newspaper and establishing the first Romanian university. Over the past 500 years, history, culture and religious life have molded the city's unique character.
Iasi boasts an impressive number of Orthodox churches, almost 100, most of them located in the so-called Golden Plateau .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.In 1640, Lupu founded an academy at the Three Hierarchs Monastery.In the 18th century, a Royal Academy was established in one of the buildings attached to the Metropolitan Cathedral.Stroll along the peaceful Dimitrie Ralet, Lascar Catargiu and Vasile Conta Streets to reach Piata Mihai Eminescu. Biserica The Banu Church (built in 1705; rebuilt in 1799) is an interesting example of urban architecture that combines baroc and classicism.