The city of Suceava was for long the capital of the Moldavian state and main residence of the Moldavian princes (between 1388 and 1565). During the rule of Alexandru Lăpuşneanu, the seat was moved to Iaşi.
Together with the rest of Bukovina (of which it was the main administrative center), Suceava was under the rule of the Habsburg Monarchy (later Austria-Hungary) from 1775 to 1918; the border of Habsburg domains passed just south-east of the city. At the end of World War I, it became part of Greater Romania.
There are many pubs and bars, as well as a few hotels spread throughout the city. The night is dominated by teenagers, as the pubs, bars and clubs in the city overflow with customers around midnight.
Works Contract for the Investment Objective: Closing Existing Urban Deposits in Suceava County within the "Integrated Waste Management System in Suceava County."
Oct 24, 2013; Contract award: Works contract for the investment objective: closing existing urban deposits in suceava county within the...
Aura obtains EBRD credit line for Romanian projects: The financing is for the building of three malls: Galleria Buzau, Galleria Suceava, and Galleria Piatra Neamt, all due to open this year.
Jul 03, 2007; Jul. 3--Aura Investments Ltd. (TASE:AURA) has obtained a NIS 450 million credit line from the European Bank for Reconstruction...