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Around 1564, Prince Alexandru Lpuneanu moved the Moldavian capital from Suceava to Iasi. Between 1561 and 1563, a school and a Lutheran church were founded by the Greek adventurer Prince, Ioan Iacob Heraclid. In 1640, Vasile Lupu established the first school in which the mother-tongue replaced Greek, and set up a printing press in the Byzantine Trei Ierarhi Church (Church of the Three Hierarchs; built 1635¨C39). In 1643, the first volume ever printed in Moldavia was issued in Iasi.

Population 315,649 Notable Buildings
Area 93.9 sq km Alexandru Ioan Cuza University
Metropolitan Cathedral
Dosoftei House
Roznovanu Palace
First official record 1408
Density 3,361/km2
Postal Code 700xxx
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During World War I, Iasi was the capital of a severely reduced Romania for two years, following the Central Powers' occupation of Bucharest on 6 December 1916. The capital was returned to Bucharest after the defeat of Imperial Germany and its allies in November 1918.
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