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Sfatul Țării Palace

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Sfatul Țării Palace

Sfatul Țării Palace
General information
Address 111 Alexei Mateevici
Construction started 1902
Inaugurated 1905
Renovated 1950s (architect Etti Roza Spirer)
Design and construction
Architect Vladimir N. Țâganco

The Sfatul Țării Palace is a building in Chișinău, Moldova.


The building is located near Central Chișinău. The building served as a meeting place for Sfatul Țării.



  • Alexei Mateevici, 111. Clădirea fostului gimnaziu nr.3 pentru băieți în care, în martie 1918 și-aținut ședințele Sfatul Țări
  • Sfatul țării, locul unde s-a votat Unirea din 1918 (Chișinău)


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