Architectural monuments
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Architectural monuments

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The Stephen the Great Monument is a prominent monument in Chişinău, Moldova. It was erected near the main gate to the park of his name. This is one of the few monuments dating form the period when Chisinau was a Romanian town; the first objects to be restored in post-war Chisinau.

The Academy of Sciences is the only national center specialized in science and innovation, business incubators and  science parks innovation. The Monument dates from the Soviet period representing this historical time of the country, but it will be soon replaced with a new monument dedicated to the Romanian language.

One of Chisinau's most important historical and architectural monuments is the Holly Gates, which represent one of the elements of the city centre's architectural complex. The monument had two other names Triumphal Arch, Victory Arch. It is situated on Stefan cel Mare blvd., between the main Government building and the Metropolitan Cathedral Nativity of the Lord, next to the Great National Assembly Square – like a gateway to the holy place.

The Alley of Classics illustrates a sculptural complex in the Central Park, which became one of the main touristic attractions of the capital. Here you can find 26 busts of poets and writers - the whole cultural elite of the Romanian language that marked us as a national entity.

Chişinău City Hall is a historical and architectural monument built in ItalianGothic style located Central Chişinău, Moldova. The building was rebuilt after significant damage in the early days of the Second World War.

The water tower is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the city. The unique architecture style can be admired during the day. At night, the play of lights lit up in vertical strips never ceases to please our eyes. Located downtown, the castle is a historical and architectural monument of national category.

It is one of the most touching monuments in Chișinău. This contrasting masterpiece embodies two real people - spouses Ion and Doina Aldea-Teodorovici. The two honored artist are distinguished for their artistic talent and struggle for the revival of national values. The monument stands in the memory of the great people of art, as Ion and Doina Aldea-Teodorovici were considered to be, together, a symbol of the struggle for independence of Moldova. 

The architectural monument, considered to be the ,,Eastern visit card'' of Chișinău -  The City Gates – creates the impression that the gates are opening to the guests, and invite them into a friendly, hospitable space. These two impressive buildings can not be overlooked by anyone who is coming to (or departing from) the International Chișinău Airport. From heights of 70 meters of the 24 floors, the whole capital can be seen; especially while watching the night lights.

Few know the location of one of the oldest and highest medieval churches - located just near the Chișinău International Airport. It is a holy and quiet corner that shows the lifestyle of our ancestors. Also, you can find  various household utensils, windmills, water, wondrous houses, in  which many people are getting married – stepping the church’s small threshold to take photos and remain  surprised by the fantastic landscape. 

The memorial complex "Eternity" is a historical monument, displayed itself as one of the most visited tourist attractions in the capital. The memorial symbol are the 25 meter high bayonets, united in a peace pyramid. Every year, in the eve of May 9th , the complex has an impressive stream of visitors.

In August 1871, the first train arrived at the Railway Station in Chișinău. This is considered to be the birth date of the Railways of Moldova. The building was called the "Gates of Friendship", "Gates of Chișinău " later. The Railway Station is an impressive architectural monument that is distinguishing with its unique style, an historical building aspect.

This is one of the most outstanding architectural monuments in Chișinău. It is located in downtown, along the  Ștefan cel Mare boulevard, near the Central Park. It was built at the request of the nobleman Vladimir Herța, mayor of Chișinău after the unification of Bessarabia with Romania. It is listed as an architectural and historical monument of national importance.