The church is dedicated to the „Virgin Birth”  and it was built of brick and concrete between 1990-2007, being of larger size. The construction of the new church began after the tragic naval accident with the ship “Mogoşoaia” from September 10, 1989, in memory of more than 200 inhabitants of the commune who perished in the waters of the Danube. As part of the administrative territory of the county of Maramures, it falls within the North West Development Region of Romania.

The construction is distinguished by the supple shape conferred by the high tower attached to the nave. The entire building is simple and elegant. The iconographic representations were executed skilfully and painstakingly. The interior of the church gives you that feeling of intimacy, familiarity, necessary to feel closer to God. The religious scenes depicted on the iconostasis of the church are impressive.

Made of wood in 1875, being dedicated to “ Saint Nicholas” , the old church transposes us into a world long gone, keeping the magic of those centuries passed. The tiny,  archaic church, adorned with old sacred images, still keeps the spirituality of the times when it was built. When you get inside the church, time is suspended because the exceptional age and the archaic plan gives it an inestimable value.

Grindu- commune- Danube Floodplain / The Danube – “Cotul Pisicii” strong meander of the Danube with arching of 200 degrees and depths of 20-30m – the area where it receives the river Prut, Pisica- old name, cherhana.

Cotul Pisicii is a meander of the Danube, with an arching of 200° located downstream from Galaţi, next to Grindu locality. Here the river has a depth of over 20 m. The name of the meander comes from the old name of Grindu locality, Pisica.  Cotul Pisicii represents the turning at a right angle that the Danube River makes in this place. It is the largest curvature of the Danube River with the largest depth (40 meters).

The bust of the historian Nicolae Iorga is carved in granite, skillfully, the artist being a genuine creator. Nicolae Iorga was a Romanian historian, literary critic, documentarian, playwright, poet, encyclopedist, memoirist, minister, parliamentarian, Prime Minister, university professor and academician. As George Călinescu stated, Iorga played in the Romanian culture, in the first decades of the twentieth century, „the role of Voltaire”.

The chapel with monumental group is dedicated to the victims of the two world wars (inhabitants of Grindu commune) and to the victims of the naval accident Mogoşoia (223 drowned – September 10, 1989). Mogoşoaia ship, built in 1975, was doing regular trips between Galaţi and Grindu. On the morning of September 10, 1989, on a terrible fog, Mogoşoaia ship was hit by the Bulgarian pusher „Petar Karamincev“ and then, according to the witnesses,  in about 3 minutes it sank.

Tăula Island is located 7 km downstream of Galati, next to the inflow of Prut , near the place called “Cotul Pisicii”, name the village bears on the banks of Dobrogea. It is an island with very fine sand below which is assumed to be the fortress Vicina, the controversial location of this sunken Roman Byzantine fortress not being elucidated yet.