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Saint Sava Church / Biserica Sf. Sava din Iasi
Located on southern end of Strada Armeana near the Armenian church, this on the site of a wooden church consecrated by a Byzantine priest in 1330. Petru Rareş in 1534 and other refurbished the church over the centuries. With its two towers, large domes and iconostasis, today's church combines Byzantine, Gothic Moldavian, Wallachian and baroque styles.
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