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Public art Moara Vlăsiei, Moara Vlăsiei commune

1. IDENTIFICATION

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1.1. LMI Code:

IF-III-m-B-15332

1.2. Category:

Public art

1.3. Official Naming:

Public art

2. ADMINISTRATIVE LOCATION:

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2.1. State:

Romania

2.2. County:

Ilfov

2.3. Locality:

Moara Vlăsiei, Moara Vlăsiei commune

2.5. Current street, street number:

On the corner of Eroilor Street and Bucharest Street, in the center of the locality

3. PROPERTY TYPE

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3.1. State:

Romania

3.1.1. Public State Property:

Moara Vlăsiei commune Mayor’s office

4. DATING

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4.4. Precise Dating:

1925

5. HISTORY. PERSONS AND EVENTS CONNECTED TO THE MONUMENT

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5.2. Author:

I. Iordănescu

5.3 Commissioned by:

by public subscription

6. DESCRIPTION

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6.3. Architecture Category:

Public art

6.3.1. Current Use:

Memorial monument

6.3.2. Previous Use:

Memorial monument

6.4. Single Object Description:

The monument is a composition with an obelisk as the dominating central feature and a soldier making an inscription of the localities where great battles were fought during our nation’s unification war. The soldier is sitting on trenches, crouching, supported on his left hand holding his rifle and writing on the obelisk with his right hand. Above the truncated pyramid obelisk, made of stonework with a profile in the lower third and narrowing towards the top, there’s an eagle, wings outstretched and holding a cross in its beak, atop the royal crown and the nation’s flag. Left and right, there are Romanian army insignia on two pedestals: the helmet, the sword, the rifle, the grenade, the flag and oak leaves. The monument is placed on a red sandstone plated platform, the eagle is made of bronze, and the crown seems to be made of glazed ceramics. The monument is fenced with wrought iron held by steel beam supports, in a concrete frame plated with red sandstone. Behind the monument, there’s a wall plated with beige and red sandstone, holding a white marble plaque inscribed: “Our country’s Heroes 1941-1945” and the battle fallen heroes are listed.

6.4.1. Architectural Plan:

A square plan, elongated left and right with rectangles

6.4.2. Facades:

The main façade, towards the street, is composed of the obelisk standing on red sandstone plated platform, in front of which the soldier is kneeling on trenches, writing: "Mărăști, Mărășești, Oituz, Porumbacu, Bălării, Dobrogea, Ardeal, Carpați, Jiu". On these trenches, on the right hand side there’s the inscription: “This monument is built by public subscription. 1925”, and lower the inscription “Sculptor I.Iordănescu" appears. Above the obelisk there’s the eagle with outstretched wings and holding a cross in its beak, atop the royal crown and the nation’s flag. Left and right, there are Romanian army insignia on two pedestals: the helmet, the sword, the rifle, the grenade, the flag and oak leaves. Behind the monument, there’s a wall plated with beige and red sandstone, holding a white marble plaque inscribed: “Our country’s Heroes 1941-1945” and the battle fallen heroes are listed. On the right hand side façade, on the obelisk it’s written “To the braves of Căciulați commune, Moară Săracă village and Canela who died for our country 1916-1919 The Grateful Nation” and the battle fallen heroes are listed. On the axis of this façade, a pedestal holding Romanian army insignia is placed: the helmet, the sword, the rifle, the grenade, the flag and oak leaves. On the left hand side façade, on the obelisk, it’s written “To the braves of the 1877-1878 war” and the heroes are listed, and lower “1913” and the name of a soldier is written. On this façade’s axis, a pedestal holding Romanian army insignia stands: the helmet, the sword, the rifle, the grenade, the flag and oak leaves. The rear façade holds no inscription.

6.5. Structure:

Concrete plated with red sandstone, stone blocks

6.6. Building Materials:

Concrete, red sandstone plates, stone blocks, bronze, glazed ceramics

6.7. Construction techniques:

Plated concrete, stone masonry

6.9. Inscriptions:

On the main façade:
"Mărăşti, Mărăşeşti, Oituz, Porumbacu, Bălării, Dobrogea, Ardeal, Carpaţi, Jiu",
"This monument is built by public subscription. 1925", "Sculptor I.Iordănescu"
On the right hand side façade:
"To the braves of Căciulaţi commune, Moară Săracă village and Canela who died for our country 1916-1919 The Grateful Nation" and the battle fallen heroes are listed.
On the left hand side façade:
"To the braves of the 1877-1878 war" and the heroes are listed
"1913" and the name of a soldier is written  

7. CONSERVATION, RESTORATION, THREATS

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7.2. Previous Restoration Works:

The monument has been restored around the year 2008 

7.3. Risk / threats:

Pollution, vehicle traffic 

9. CLASSIFICATION LEVEL

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9.1. A/ B Value Group:

B Value Group 

9.2. Object Category I II III IV:

III

9.3. Global Evaluation Criteria:

Age Value = „ average"
Architectural Value = „ average",
Frequency Value = „ average",
Memorial Value = „great"  

9.4. Date and protection document:

LMI 2015 

10. INVENTORY

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10.1. The Institution Making The File:

National Institute for Heritage 

10.2.1. Name:

Ionescu

10.2.2. Surname:

Cristina

10.2.3. Status:

Ministry Of Culture Expert 

10.3.1. The Classification Document Number:

Annex to the Minster’s of Culture Order nr. 2.828/2015, regarding the modification to the Annex nr. 1 to the Minster’s of Culture Order nr. 2.314/2004 regarding the approval of Historical Monuments List, updated, and to the Missing Historical Monuments List, including modifications since 24.12.2015. 

10.3.2. The Classification Order Date:

The Order was published in the Official Monitor of Romania, Part 1, Nr. 113, bis, 15.02.2016 

10.4. File Entry Date:

2016

 

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