Government House, Chisinau
Casa Guvernului din Chișinău
|Location||Great National Assembly Square|
|Town or city||Chisinau|
|Current tenants||Pavel Filip as Prime Minister of Moldova|
|Owner||Government of Moldova|
|Design and construction|
The Government House in Chisinau (Moldovan: Casa Guvernului din Chișinău) is a government building in Chisinau located on Great National Assembly Square and Stefan cel Mare Avenue. It was designed by Semyon Fridlin in 1964 on Victory Square (now PMAN) and along Lenin Avenue (now Stefan cel Mare Avenue). It used to be the headquarters of the Council of Ministers of the Moldovan SSR. The building is a 6-storey reinforced concrete structure, lined with white stone, made in the shape of a letter Russian letter П (translated to P in English). Above the main entrance to the building is the inscription "The Government of the Republic of Moldova", as well as the Coat of Arms of Moldova and the Flag of Moldova. In 2010, the Monument to the Victims of the Soviet Occupation was opened right in front of the building.
The Soviet and Moldovan political leadership on a grandstand in front of government house during a ceremony in 1976 in Chisinau (then Kishinev)
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