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Palace of Culture

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Piata Stefan cel Mare si Sfant 1, Iasi 700028, Romania
032 147402
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Reviewed today via mobile

Very very nice building full of history and stories. I completely recomand to visit it when you go in Iași. Don't wait.

Thank Georgiana S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very impressive building indeed. Construction is renovated and in very good shape. Strongly recommended.

Thank Ciprian M
Reviewed 2 days ago

one of the "pearls" of Iasi, renovated very nicely, a place where culture blends harmoniously with science and art. simply: Beautiful!

Thank mihairaduta21
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The palace itself is very beautiful, and I suggest visiting all the areas of the museum, the exhibits are very interesting.

Thank Cristi B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very clean, open space, beautiful museum inside and the outside is overwhelming! One of the most beautiful building from Romania!

Thank Cristina Z
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Recently restored, The Palace of Culture is the main landmark of the city, which should definitely be on your "must see" list if you're visiting Iasi. The Palace now hosts The National Museum Complex from Moldova and it's perfect for the ones searching for culture...More

Thank Freyja89
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful building, inside and out. There are 4 exhibition halls, my favourite was the history hall. There is a vast collection of old gramophones, musical machines, national costumes, ancient farm implements and much more.

Thank Mango676
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great building! Expensive to see all the museums inside, but you can wonder through the hallways and get into the main 2 public halls. Great decorations. I paid to see the art museum, some nice paintings.

Thank Europeand_beyond
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very interesting place beautiful building inside the art gallery has pictures in it worth millions and it relives all the romainion culture and customs there is one room that has a glass floor a bit weird to walk over also there's a room that shows...More

Thank Julie E
Reviewed August 15, 2018 via mobile

Came here as a kid and loved the history and museums, and it is even better now that it is renovated. Some outstanding history, rooms, artifacts and art here, especially for the cheap price. Recommend to all.

Thank Mark B
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