Yesterday I’ve showed you what is considered one fine example of the Neo-Romanian style of architecture. The building in today’s photo, a historical pharmacy on the corner of Vasile Lascăr and Maria Rosseti Streets is another good example of this kind of architecture which blends together elements from the local peasant architectural tradition with Byzantine and Ottoman elements and late Italian Renaissance themes. Since I’m traveling and I’m without my books I can’t tell you exactly when it was built. I tried to look it up on the web but I couldn’t find anything. I guess I’ll have to add the information when I get back.