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Church of the Three Hierarchs

Bulevard Stefan Cel Mare Si Sfant 28, Iasi 700028, Romania
+40 232 216 349
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  • Excellent71%
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  • Average4%
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“carved stone” (3 reviews)
“eastern style” (2 reviews)
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Bulevard Stefan Cel Mare Si Sfant 28, Iasi 700028, Romania
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+40 232 216 349
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"carved stone"
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"eastern style"
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"printing house"
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"outer walls"
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"stefan cel mare"
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"embroidered"
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"gold"
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"decoration"
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"exterior"
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"lace"
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"carvings"
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"persian"
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"georgian"
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"gregory"
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"prince"
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"basil"
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Reviewed 5 days ago

An architectural monument of agreat value, Church ofthe Three Hierarchs is situated in the Center Iasi on the bulevard "Stefan cel Mare". Is also called the Church Trisfetitelor. Has a very rich architecture that lends Caucasion elements, Byzantine, Gotic and Baroque. It can be said...More

Thank Ioana A
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A very ancient religious monument with a rich historical cost. The outer look is the one that astonishes: stone embroidery on the entire surface. At night, the lights make this church an architectural wonder.

Thank Dr Sorin Dan C
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A short break to Iaşi over the Easter holidays. Walking around the city we came to the cobbled street full of the little huts full of locals selling their wares. Then we saw the Church of the Three Hierarchs. A beautifully ornate church on the...More

Thank Sue H
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Reviewed 30 November 2017

The Three Hierarchs Church is next to the Metropolitan Church. It has an in-house visit program, but it can be visited at any time outside. This church beyond its exterior and interior beauty houses several tombs of some of Romania's historical personalities: Alexandru Ioan Cuza,...More

Thank Tufus92
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Reviewed 29 November 2017

The church is one of the most beautiful religious monuments in a country which has many remarkable such objectives. The external decoration is all cast in stone, an exceptional work, combining local, byzantine, Islamic influences. The interior is also consistent and beautifully decorated. The church...More

Thank Dan R
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Reviewed 15 October 2017 via mobile

Built by Vasile Lupu between 1637 and 1639 this is one of Iaşi's most beautiful churches. Thirty different carved stone decoration bands cover the entire outside walls of the church from the base to the top of the steeples; they are inspired from the national...More

Thank Diana M
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

The monument is renowned for its embroidery in stone (most of it preserved in its original form) that decorate the outer walls. Thirty different carved stone decoration bands cover the entire outside walls of the church from the base to the top of the steeples;...More

Thank Ester Z
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Reviewed 9 October 2017

By visiting this landmark, you get a feel for the orthodox culture and see how its belief system works. The paintings on the inside are colourful and detailed, complemented nicely with the wooden rest of the interior.

Thank therameus
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Reviewed 24 September 2017

There are many monasteries and churches in the city of Iași. But this one is unique. The total external area is covered in intricate carvings of a design reminiscent of Armenian or oriental style and is absolutely amazing. It is a joy to observe. The...More

Thank GlobetrottingViking
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Reviewed 25 August 2017

Such design and craftsmanship on the outside. The carved stonework introduces aspects of many cultures. Greek, Turkisn, Byzantine, Romanian, Persian, and more. Also beautiful inside.

Thank Randy K
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