Explore interesting sights in Bălți Municipality, 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 5 sights are available in Bălți Municipality, Moldova.List of cities in Moldova Sightseeing Tours in Bălți Municipality
1. Casa Hagi Marcarov
The Haji Markarov residence is an architectural and historic monument in the Balti council district. It was built by the chairman of the local self-government at the end of the 19th century. The two-story building has an exterior appearance influenced by early modernity, in which the resurgence of Russian architecture is obvious. From 1936 to 1938, the interior was adjusted by Etti-RosaSpirer for the seat of Balti City Hall. It was made of red bricks, with arched windows, jagged facades, and a fake fence. In Soviet times, a multi-thread ran here. In 1988, the building was submitted to the "40 Years RSSM" garment factory, and it has been the property of the "Balteanca" factory since 1993. Today, the firm and shop of the factory are located here.
2. Pinacoteca „Antioh Cantemir”
Pinacoteca "Antioh Canteim" is an art gallery in Balti, Republic of Moldova. Founded in 1973, the Municipal Gallery has a large collection of European and domestic paintings. Originally, pinacoteca was located in the building of the Cultural Palace. The first director was Leonid Krasilanikov, who led a group of 13 people. In 1978, the principal was appointed LudmilaCozrev. As of 1 September 2014, Natalia Lupacescu was appointed by the Director. In 1984, pinacoteca was moved to the current building, the first floor of a residential block. Here, works by local artists are on display: Leonid Pincevschi, Stefan Florescu, Stefan Sadovnicov and the main cultural centres of Moldova: Mihai Grecu, Lazar Dubinovschi, Eleonora Romanescu.
3. Monumentul lui Ștefan cel Mare și Sfânt
Stephen the Great and the Holy Monument, unveiled on May 22, 2004, are on Independence Square in front of the City Hall building. The authors of the monument are sculptor Giorgio Potovanu and architect Vasily Eremchic. The monument is a bronze work with horseshoe prints made of stone. In 2008, Stephen the Great and the Holy Monument were included in the National Octave Monument Register.
4. Catedrala Sfântul Nicolae
St Nicholas's Cathedral in Balti was built by George Panahi between 1791 and 1795 following the model of a Roman Catholic church. The cathedral is the city's oldest building. St. Helles Cathedral. The status of Nicholas of Balti as a monument of historical and architectural significance.
5. Vasile Alecsandri National Theatre
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.
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