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Iasi

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Iasi
About Iasi
Iasi history
Who wants to discover Iasi will come here as a huge gate of our history.
    In Iasi "every stone speaks of the past," the large number of monasteries, museums, memorial houses. Therefore, we can say that Iasi is a genuine national museum, the history and art treasures that he has. Many important events in Roman history occurred at Iasi, Moldova's capital for three centuries (1564-1862).
    This way they stepped Alexander the Good, Stephen the Great, Michael the Brave, Alexander Lapusneanu, Vasile Lupu, and other illustrious princes of Moldavia.
    Although he experienced many difficult times, Iasi was reborn each time becoming today a modern city.
Places of interest
Places of interest
Conclusion
Iasi is one of the largest cities and municipalities in Romania. Located in the Moldavia region, Iasi has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Romanian social, cultural, academic and artistic life. The city was the capital of the Principality of Moldavia from 1564 to 1859, then of the United Principalities from 1859 to 1862, and the capital of Romania from 1916 to 1918.





Palace of culture
Copou park
Botanical garden
University library Mihai Eminescu
Places of interest
National theatre Vasile Alecsandri
House of Ion Creanga
Places of interest
Independence statue
Stefan cel Mare Boulevard
Historical events
1600 - Mihai Viteazul union enshrined in Iasi Romanian Principalities;

1638 - The first clock was the Romanian countries installed in 1638 Vasile Lupu tower at Three Hierarchs;

1671 - establishment of the Great Synagogue, the oldest in the country at the moment;

1821 - Iasi breaks liberation movement from the Ottoman rule of Greece;

1859 - the first University of Medicine in Romania;

1868 - Emil Racoviţă born in Iaşi, the first Romanian scientist participating in an international scientific expedition;

1876 ​​- the first Hebrew theater in the world, founded by Abraham Goldfaden;

1912 - born in Iasi George Emil Palade, Romanian only Nobel laureate (Physiology or Medicine, 1974).





Iasi is a very beautiful city, "the city of the seven hills" where you can visit many places, and you will enjoy every aspect of it. I recommend everyone to visit this city because you see so many beautiful things and for sure you'll have fun.
Geographic place
By extension, Iasi is legendary fortress city of the seven hills, Galata, Copou Bucium Peacock Sorogari fast and Breazu, with altitudes ranging between 40 m and 400 m Bahlui Meadow Hill Peacock and Hill quickly. The main hills are Copou strength, Tătăraşi and Galata. The city is crossed by the river and creek Sorogari Nicolina (called the Middle Ages Cacaina because here throwing garbage) east of the city, Ciric rivulet, which are three artificial lakes for recreational purposes.
Historical population
Population History
sec. XVIII: 30000-50000 [11]
1831: 59 880 [11]
1859: 65 745 [11]
1912 75 229 [12]


The result of the 1930 census for the city and county of Iaşi
1930 102 872
1992: 344,425
2002: 320 888
2011 263 410
About education
Iasi is a city of great ideas, the first major union, the first theater performance in Romanian, the first literary memorial museum and the first Museum of Natural History.
The main campus is located in Tudor Vladimirescu (22 homes) - where is the largest home in the south-eastern Europe, Titu (4 homes) Târguşor-Copou (4 homes), Codrescu (5 dormitories and complex Gaudeamus international) and Agronomy (4 homes).
About economy
Iasi is an important economic center of Romania. Main industries are metallurgy (SC Arcelor Mittal Tubular Products, SC Techno Steel), medications (SC Antibiotics SA), textiles (SC IasiConf SA, SC Iasitex SA) and food. Banking sector and the information they have gained momentum in recent years, many banks and software companies are present in the city.Iaşi is also an important regional commercial center, here there are many shopping centers (Iulius Mall, Moldova Mall, Palas, Felicia Shopping Center, Era Shopping Center, Central Hall, Axis NICIMAN etc.)
A little quote
"I'm Romanian who have never been to Iasi, though I should be none, because who was here not able to pass the most beautiful sheets chronicles understanding can not penetrate as fit the spirit of our past that living in this place alive and richer than anywhere else [...]. In its national consciousness as a lack if he had not seen the city that was and still says today, with pride, the capital of Moldova ... "
- Nicolae Iorga
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