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Biserica Crețulescu, considerată unul din cele mai valoroase monumente de arhitectură ale orașului de la sfârșitul perioadei brâncovenești, a fost ridicată între anii 1720-1722 prin grija marelui logofăt Iordache Crețulescu și a soției sale Safta, una din fiicele domnitorului Constantin Brâncoveanu.
Did you know that 200 years ago, this church was the only building that was constructed in this area? Cismigiu Park, Sala Palatului and other landmarks were not constructed yet and on their place were vineyards.
An 300 years old church. The orthodox church St Nicolae - Kretulescu is an important Romanian church, situated near the Revolution Square. It's a very beautiful church, built in Brancoveanu style 300 years ago. The inside atmosphere inspire a beneficial peace.
One of the oldest churches in Bucharest (build in 1720) with some paintings from that period. The church is now restored and it a must see...
Biserica (Church) Cretulescu was built between 1720 and 1722, and it is one of the best preserved and most representative orthodox places of worship in Bucharest, as far as the Brâncoveanu age patrimony is concerned. The church was built by order of Iordache Kretzulescu and of his wife, Safta,…
Kretzulescu Church is an Eastern Orthodox church in central Bucharest, Romania. Built in the Brâncovenesc style, it is located on Calea Victoriei, nr. 45A, at one of the corners of Revolution Square, next to the former Royal Palace
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