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Located in the northeastern part of the country, Iasi was for many centuries the crossing point of the most important commercial routes linking Poland, Hungary, Russia and Constantinople.
Deeply rooted in history, Iasi has been the main centre of Moldavian culture since 1408.
The institution was closed down by the Ottomans after the Greek Revolution of 1821, but Gheorghe Asachi reopened it under the name of The Vasilian Gymnasium seven years later.
Many other important sites can be found on nearby streets. Free admission This remarkable construction (1906-1925), built in flamboyant neogothic style, stands partly on the ruins of a medieval royal court mentioned in documents dating from 1434. This "stone embroidery" is a mixture of western gothic, Renaissance and Oriental motifs.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.Address: Piata Unirii 1 Built in neoclassical style in 1879 by an engineer, G. Throughout the years, many foreign diplomats and other personalities have stayed at the Traian.Address: Opposite to Copou Park Fans of quaint streets will enjoy this old residential quarter spread out over the hilly side of Iasi, with vine-choked houses and sleepy roads.