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One of my favorite places in Bucharest, Kretzulescu Church is an Eastern Orthodox church that was commissioned in the early 18th century. The church features frescoes from the 18th and 19th centuries. The church is very easy to get to although parking may be a...More
A lovely little narrow church in typical Romanian orthodox style... not worth a separate trip to visit but you will probably come across it during your sitpghtseing in Bucharest.
The Kretzulescu Church (also spelled Crețulescu) was built between 1720 and 1722, and it is one...More
One of the few churches in Bucharest that is freestanding and you can see it from all sides, the church near the Royal Palace was threatened with demolition during the communist regime but saved by the protests of architects and others regarding the historic importance...More
This Eastern Orthodox Church and was commissioned in 1720–1722. The ceiling and arches of the entrance were covered in frescoes. I respectfully entered the church during Sunday worship to purchase two candles to light outside. The “alter” area of the church was a massive puzzle...More