Iaşi County
Iasi
Interesting
Iasi The Essential
Interesting
Proud to be home to Romania's first university, Iasi was also an important cultural capital in the late 19C. Its palace of culture is home to four museums including an ethnographic museum. Its rich religious history is evident in the centre and on the surrounding hills: start at the church of the Three Hierarchs (1639), continue to the church of St Sava, the great synagogue, the monastery of Golia, and conclude in the hills with the monasteries of Galata and Cetatuia.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Iasi
Church of the Three Hierarchs
Church of the Three Hierarchs
The three hierarchs, Basil the Great,
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Cetatuia Monastery
Cetatuia Monastery
Among the Bucium vineyards stand the
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Palace of Culture
Palace of Culture
French visitors may find this building
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Ethnographic Museum
Ethnographic Museum
Sited in the palace of culture, the
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Jewish Cemetery
Jewish Cemetery
All oriented in the same direction as
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Moldavia
Moldavia
On the Ukranian frontier, this region on
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