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Кишинёв - Здание Парламента и Президентской Администрации
Chisinau, Moldova

Parliament of Republic of Moldova has been built between 1976-1979, by projekt of architects A. Cerdantsev and G. Bosenco. Parliament has a shape of an opened book, the walls are from reinforced concrete, and the socle is covered with red granite.

The Presidency Building has been built between 1984-1987, by projekt of architects Iu. Tumanian, A. Zalţman and V. Iavorski. The walls are built from reinforced concrete, facing from white stone, the socle and the stairs are from black and red marble. Wide surfaces of building are covered with tinted glass.

This two buildings are monuments of national importance.

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