Constanta Orthodox Cathedral, dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul, is the largest Orthodox church in the city mentioned. Located in Ovidiu Square, in front of the building Archdiocese of Tomis, the cathedral was built between 1883-1885 years after architect Ion Mincu (1852-1912). The architect is considered to be the creator of a unique architectural style inspired by Romanian tradition of the seventeenth century and the eighteenth century.
The foundation stone was laid on the day of September 4, 1883, during Bishop Joseph Georghian, dedication this took place on 22 May 1895. The park surrounding the cathedral is an archaeological complex that identifies elements of the ancient city of Tomis.
As the show captures the Casino building where he was raised by nesimetricul volumes and challenge the viewer's sense of privacy and functionality outside to inside spaces and demarcate the limits of the linearized artificial shore with cliffs consolidation. Denotes liveliness and effervescence living and the ratio of great turmoil and chaotic spectacle that permeates the air in continuous cry of birds ruler over heaven and water.
Navy Museum opened on 3 august 1969, local former Navy School, near the port and sea panorama. Romanian Navy Museum is a heritage which gives it unique status nationwide. This history Romanian Navy and commercial, from simple boat carved tree trunk, up to today's modern ships.
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