6 Sights in Bălți, Moldova (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Bălți, Moldova. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Bălți, Moldova.

Sightseeing Tours in Bălți

1. Pinacoteca „Antioh Cantemir”

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The Pinacotheque "Antioh Cantemir" is an art gallery in Balti, Moldova. The municipal gallery was founded in 1973, housing an extensive collection of European and indigenous painting. Initially, the picture gallery was located in the building of the Palace of Culture. The first director was Leonid Crasilnikov, who headed a collective of 13 people. In 1978 Ludmila Cozârev was appointed director. Starting September 1, 2014, Natalia Lupăcescu was appointed director. In 1984 the picture gallery is transferred to the current building, the first floor of a residential block. Here were exhibited the works of local artists: Leonid Pincevschi, Stefan Florescu, Stefan Sadovnicov but also from the main cultural centers of Moldova: Mihai Grecu, Lazăr Dubinovschi, Eleonora Romanescu.

Wikipedia: Pinacoteca „Antioh Cantemir” (RO)

2. Casa Hagi Marcarov

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Casa Hagi Marcarov

Hagi Marcarov House is a monument of architecture and history in Balti municipality. It was built at the end of the XIX century by the president of local self-government. The architecture of the two-story building has its exterior appearance influenced by the early modern, in which reminiscences of Russian architecture are felt. Between 1936-1938, the interiors were adapted for the Balti City Hall by Etti-Rosa Spirer. It was built of red brick with arched windows, serrated gables with a forged fence. During Soviet times, a polyclinic functioned here. In 1988 the building was transferred to the garment factory "40 years MSSR", and in 1993 it became the property of the factory "Balteanca". Today here is located the company store of the factory.

Wikipedia: Casa Hagi Marcarov (RO)

3. Monumentul lui Ștefan cel Mare și Sfânt

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The monument of Stephen the Great and Holy of Balti, unveiled on 22 May 2004, is located on Independence Square in front of the City Hall building. The authors of the monument are the sculptor Gheorghe Postovanu and architect Vasile Eremciuc. The monument is worked from bronze and the Stone Postament. In 2008 the monument of Stephen the Great and Holy was included in the register of state-protected monuments.

Wikipedia: Monumentul lui Ștefan cel Mare și Sfânt din Bălți (RO)

4. Catedrala Sfântul Nicolae

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Saint Nicholas Cathedral in Balti was built by Gheorghe Panaghiotis (Panaite) between 1791-1795, following the model of the Roman Catholic churches. This cathedral is the oldest construction in the municipality. St. Nicholas Cathedral in Balti has the status of monument of historical and architectural importance.

Wikipedia: Catedrala Sfântul Nicolae din Bălți (RO)

5. Vasile Alecsandri National Theatre

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Vasile Alecsandri National Theatre

The Vasile Alecsandri National Theatre in Bălți, is one of the national theatres of Moldova. Founded in 1957, it was given the name of the renowned Romanian playwright and poet Vasile Alecsandri. On 26 January 1990, Vasile Alecsandri Theatre became the first national theatre in Moldova.

Wikipedia: Vasile Alecsandri National Theatre (Bălți) (EN), Website

6. Parcul Andrieș

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Maria Square is located in the historical central area of Balti between Moscow (east), Pushkin (south) and Mihai Sadoveanu (west) streets, adjacent to Balti Hotel to the north and occupying an area of 32767 m2 with an outer perimeter of 805 meters

Wikipedia: Parcul Andrieș (RO)


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