Stamatopoulos House

Good general condition, it is well maintained and the facade preserved the specific elements with which it was built. It is reported as being a tourist spot in Murftatlar.
  • Historic architectural monument category B; code LMI CT-II-m-B-02869
  • Built in 1899. Unknown architect.
  • Fântâniței Street, no. 9A(11)

Stamatopoulos House is a wealthy bourgeois home for the end of the 19th century in Murfatlar fair. The Greek trader that built it commissioned a simple immobile, with a grand floor, having a main entrance that separates the two symmetrical sides of the immobile, each with a pair of elongated windows, framed with minor decorations specific to the classical French architecture La Belle Epoque. A distinctive, decorated waist surrounds the house’s facade. The immobile’s base was built using stone from Dobrogea, taken from the local stone quarry.

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