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About "St. Apostles Peter and Paul" Church

"St. Apostles Peter and Paul" Church from Husi is an Orthodox church, founded by ruler Stephen the Great (1457-1504) in 1495, and rebuilt from the foundation by bishop Inochentie of Husi during 1753-1756.

Cathedral from Husi is a historical monument and includes:

"St. Apostles Petru and Pavel" - dating from 1495 and restored in 1753-1756.

Bishop's Palace - dating from 1782-1792.

Cellars royal house - dating from the fifteenth century.

Gate tower and belfry - dating from 1938.

Defensive wall - dating from 1849.
Husi becomes a borough in the late fifteenth century. Ruler Stefan cel Mare (1457-1504) is the one who gives fair status, it defined boundaries and built here a royal court , in the royal court will built in 1495 a church dedicated to Saints Petru and Pavel.

After the battle of Stanilesti in 1711, the church is burned and plundered by the turks and tartars. It will be repaired in 1714 by prince Nicolae Mavrocordat.

Neither these repairs did not last long, because in 1740 the Tatars robbed the church.

With the support of ruler Matei Ghica (1753-1756), bishop Inochentie has collapsed the church to the ground and rebuilted between 1753-1756, placing the inscription of Stephen the Great in the church walls.

Contact and information:

Address: Str. Mihail Kogalniceanu, Husi, Vaslui, Romania

Opening hours: Daily

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