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Kishinev - Cathedral "Nasterea Domnului"
Chisinau, Moldova

Cathedral "Nasterea Domnului" ("Birth of God") is the national importance monument.

It has been built between 1832-1836 by archiepiscop Dumitru Sulima. It's built in late neoclasic style, named empir, also using four columns in ancient greek style. It has a square shape with 27 m length on each side.

During Second World War it suffered damages, but was rebuilt with deviation from its original.

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