Despite of the fact that churches and cathedrals were built in different times, all structures have some distinctive features in common. Churches have arches typical for Moldovan buildings and threefold plan, which was common in the late Middle Ages. The Victory Square is a monument to Stefan the Great - the national hero, who has been the embodiment of strength and courage of local residents for many years.
Travelers who don’t even imagine the rest without visiting interesting museums are recommended to see the house-museum of Alexander Pushkin. In the tiny house an interesting collection of artifacts that depict the life and work of the great writer is represented. Another monument to the literary genius is in Central Park of Chisinau. In 1885 it hosted the opening of the monument to Pushkin. The beautiful bronze bust remains one of the most famous monuments of the city. During a walk through the park visitors can see another interesting attraction - Alley of Classics. It is a series of pedestals on which busts of the great Moldavian writers are mounted.
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