The Romanian Credit Bank

The general condition is good, the building isn’t deteriorated, but neither is it rehabilitated. There are some interventions on the facade.
  • Historic monument B; code LMI: CT-II-m-B-02791;
  • Dates back to the second half of the 1920’s;
  • It is located in the old town of Constanța, on Arhiepiscopiei Street, no. 9.

The building of the Credit Bank is a neo-romanian style immobile, of generous dimensions, with elements specific to the style: archways, huge windows, columns, exit balconies, rich hardware at the entrance. Built on two floors, with a generous ground floor, it has a semicircular shape, which enhances it’s urbanistic and architectonic appeal. The building of the Romanian Credit Bank is an immobile characteristic of the utilitarian buildings of Constanța in the first decade after the First World War. It is in the immediate vicinity of the Carol I Mosque, in Ovidius Square.

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