Stavropoleos Church

Stavropoleos Church is one of the most beautiful church and one of my favorite. The church was built in 1724 by Ioanikie Stratonikeas, in Bucharest, Romania. It is characterized by Brâncoveanu style church, which also combines some Byzantine elements  its beautiful stone and wood carvings, of which the finest are on the main doors. The courtyard outside has … More Stavropoleos Church

Three Hierarchs, Iasi

The monastery together with the Church of the Three Hierarchs is considered to be the most beautiful architectonic jewel of the city of Iasi. The religious dwelling was built between 1637 – 1639. The value of international singularity is given by the external decoration, an extraordinary embroidery of rocks, from the bottom up to the … More Three Hierarchs, Iasi

Putna Monastery

Putna Monatery is one of the most important cultural, religious and artistic centers from the medieval centuries in Moldavia. It was built by the Stephen the Great in 1466. I did visit Putna Monastery in October 2016. Copyright ©Jeni Mateescu. Toate drepturile rezervate    

Moldovita Monastery

Moldovita Monastery  is one of the eight monasteries in Northern Moldavia with frescoes painted on the outer walls. Monastery of Moldovița—were placed on UNESCO World Heritage list in 1993, as the Painted churches of Moldavia. It was built in 1532 by Petru Rares as a protective barrier against the Muslim Ottoman conquerors from the East. … More Moldovita Monastery

Sucevita Monastery

Sucevita Monastery it was built in 1585. From 2010, the monastery is part of UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. I did visit it at beginning of October 2016. Copyright ©Jeni Mateescu. Toate drepturile rezervate

Graphics

  I like to play with my pictures adding some drops of imagination. Copyright ©Jeni Mateescu. Toate drepturile rezervate Square  table A square table with perfect corners Is waiting for a circle to turn it into a disciple To stab it from the inside with its corners To break it in four. Being long waited The circle … More Graphics

Bucharest buildings

First mentioned as the “Citadel of București” in 1459, it became the residence of the famous Wallachian prince Vlad III the Impaler. It became the capital of Romania in 1862 and is the centre of Romanian culture and art. Its architecture is a mix  style of neo classical, art deco, bauhaus. Copyright ©Jeni Mateescu. Toate drepturile rezervate