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Biserica Precista, Bacau

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  • A church which was built in the XV century, by Alexander, the son of Stephen the Great.It's located at a five minute walk from the center of the town, opposite to the Iulian Antonescu History Museum.E...  more »
  • This place has an aura of mystery, the old stone walls, the ruins of the royal house and defense tower beside the old church make a wonderfull sight. I recommend it if you want to retreat in a blisful...  more »
  • It is an Orthodox Church can be visited. It is quite simply all a work of art. You can make the photos you want. Surrounded by gardens is a must-see.
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  • A great old church, built in the 15th century, located in Bacau.
  • Beautiful and old.
  • A piece of history almost as old as the city itself.
  • foarte frumoasă locație...în special noaptea..
  • A place full of history, the Church was built at the end of the fifteenth century, during the reign of Stephen the great by his son Alexander. It is part of the ensemble of the Princely Court-residence of Alexander, son of Stephen III of Moldavia, between 1481-1496nâ, representing the administrative centre, control and administration of the country. This is part of a anasamblu of the ruler's Court temporary used by reigning in certain circumstances of a political or administrative and place of residence of the heir, who had the title of regent.
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