Seven hills of Iași
Iași, Romania, is claimed to have been built on seven hills. Many other cities of the world have similar traditions, Rome and Constantinople, for instance, were said to have been built on seven hills.
Each hill is populated with monuments, religious buildings, or parks:
- The Cetăţuia hill: Cetățuia Monastery (1668), Hlincea Monastery (1587), Frumoasa Monastery (1733);
- The Galata hill: Galata Monastery (1582), Nicolina balneotherapy and well-being Centre;
- The Copou hill: Podgoria Copou Monastery (1638), Iași Botanical Garden, Copou Park, Exhibition Park, and many monumental buildings;
- The Breazu hill;
- The Șorogari hill;
- The Bucium hill: Bucium Monastery (1853), Bârnova Monastery (1628);
- The Repedea hill: the dendrological park of Repedea.
- Seven hills of Iaşi (Romanian)
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