AIRM Contact

Ion Stefaniță  – Director General
Alexandru Nicolaescu – Specialist Principal în Protecția Monumentelor
Nadea Roșca – Specialist Principal în Protecția Monumentelor
Victor Popovici – Specialist Principal în Protecția Monumentelor

Adresa: Str. Sfatul Țării 8, mun. Chișinău,
Tel/fax: +373 22 233159, +373 79 554365

E-mail: airm.mc@gmail.com


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  1. В списке нашего наследия №35 Hirişeni- Biserica de lemn “Sf. treime”. Какова судьба церкви?

    Scris de Juliana Zaharova | Ianuarie 12, 2013, 10:17 pm
  2. Ea este actualmente stramutata si restaurata pe teritoriul Muzeul Satului, in Chisinau, la Portile orasului…

    Scris de stefanita ion | Ianuarie 18, 2013, 1:52 am
  3. Спасибо. В ходе строительных работ в парке было размещено панно с указанием : „Adormirea Maicii Domnului” Поэтому захотелось уточнить, об одном ли объекте из Hiriseni идет речь. Еще бы хотелось узнать о границах территории Музея Села. Где, когда, кем они были определены. (В картах гугла Музей указан очень далеко от места размещения Новой церкви).

    Scris de Juliana Zaharova | Ianuarie 18, 2013, 10:30 pm
  4. Buna ziua,

    ante-antepenultimul paragraf
    „La 27 martie st. v. 1918 s-a convocat Sfatul popular pentru a vota Unirea. Adunarea s-a ţinut în frumoasa sală a marelui liceu de stat no. 3, pe strada Sadovskaia”

    Este vorba de cladirea din actuala str. A.Mateevici, 111
    sau de alta?

    Va multumesc.

    Scris de Platforma Civică | Martie 24, 2013, 5:07 am

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