The Bălineşti Church
The chancellor Tautu build an imposing church in 1493, at his Court from the bank of the Siret River, today known to be "one of the most representative monuments from the age of Ştefan cel Mare "(V. Drăguţ).
The priceless interior paintings are the works of a 1493 team, organised by dauber Gavril. The commemorative picture that has the founder’s portrait is one of the time’s most successful pictures of its kind from all over Moldavia.
Some works contain elements that belong to the Renaissance époque, elements like: The Judgment of Jesus, The Cross's Road, The Tomb Placement or Saint Varvara. The exterior paintings, probably realised in the second half of the 16th century, are kept in fragments (The Last Judgement). Funeral stones that belong to the founders also exist here.