Two House Ensemble, Cuza Vodă Street, no. 30-32

Both immobiles are very degraded, devalued and have suffered architectonic and aesthetic losses
  • Historic monument category B; code LMI CT-II-a-B-02797
  • Built in the beginning of the 20th century, probably 1906. Unknown architect
  • Cuza Vodă Street, no. 30-32

Homes made for wealthy owners, with basement, ground floor, upper floor and an attic, located in a common yard. It is interesting that they are part of the immobiles with no commercial spaces on the ground floor.

The architectonic style is a neoclassical one, with eclectic elements, windows with neoclassical decorations and frames. They are part of the typology of immobiles belonging to financially powerful owners, who most probably came to the city at the end of the 19th century intending to join the trading business.

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