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About Sturdza Castle

Sturdza Castle or Sturdza  Palace is a Gothic-style castle built between 1880-1904 by Gheorghe Sturza, great governor of Moldova.

Ensemble from Miclauseni is a historical monument composed of:

Sturdza Castle - dating from the seventeenth century, rebuilt in 1752 and in the nineteenth century.

Church "St. Voivodes", "The Annunciation" - dating from 1787.

Park - dating from the nineteenth century.

In 1880, Gheorghe Sturdza sells the forests and borrows  100,000 lei to build this castle.

Castle is a historic monument built in Gothic style with Baroque elements and decorations.

Gothic influences can be found in outdoor decorations such as turrets, battlements, rosettes, arches in the entering of the castle, also the joinery from doors and windows, which are made in the same style.

Painting is done in Art Nouveau style by architect Julius Reinecke, with a great contribution from Maria Sturdza.

Today the castle is open for tourists. It was renovated between the years 2003-2005 by the Metropolitan of Moldova and Bucovina.

Contact and inforamtion:

Address: Miclausi, Iasi, Romania

Opening hours:

Tuesday - Friday: 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday and Sunday: 13:00 - 17:00
Monday: Closed

Tickets: 5 lei

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