Monasteries/Churches

Bogdana Monastery, Radauti

Bogdana Monastery, with the first stone church in Moldavia was founded by Prince Bogdan I (who is also considered the founder of Moldavia as independent state, with the capital in…

Putna Monastery

The imposing and famous Putna Monastery is located about 30 km northwest of Radauti and 67 km from the city of Suceava, near the Putna River. The monastery and the…

Axente Sever – Fortified Church

Offering vestiges from the olden times, Axente Sever is a village with a great significance for archaeologists – here were discovered ceramics dating since II-III centuries but also a copper…

Monastery of St. John the New, Suceava

The monastery is located in Suceava and was built between 1514-1522 to serve as the church of Metropolitan of Suceava (it seems that Mirauti church was not large enough for…

Ali-Gazi Paşa Mosque in Babadag

Ali Pasha Gazi Mosque is placed in center of  Babadag city and was built in 1610 (it is not known if this is the year when the construction began or…

Voronet Monastery

Do you want to visit one of the most interesting, appreciated and full of history tourist sight in Romania? You found one here! Being the most famous edifice built by…

Patrauti Monastery

This interesting sight is located in Patrauti village, locality which appears in documents since 1330, at a distance of 6 km from Suceava. In 1993, the monument was inscribed in…

Humor Monastery

Humor Monastery is a monument registered on UNESCO World Heritage List in 1993 and one of the sights you should not miss while visiting Romania (or, to be more precise,…

Sucevita Monastery

Sucevita Monastery is located in the north – east of Romania, in Suceava County, just 18 km from the town of Radauti and 55 km from Suceava. The church was…

Moldovita Monastery

Moldovita Monastery was built by Petru Rares in 1532 and painted in 1537; the monastery is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the entire region of Bukovina being…

Saint Nicholas Church in Iasi

St. Nicholas Church from Iasi was built between June 1, 1491 – August 10, 1492 by Stephen the Great (ruler of Moldavia between 1457-1504), in Moldavian specific style. When the…

The Three Hierarchs Monastery

The Three Hierarchs church in Iasi was built by Prince Vasile Lupu, between 1637 -1639, combining traditional structures and forms with precious materials and a marvelous decoration. The church was…

Roman Catholic Cathedral of Iasi

Roman Catholic Cathedral of Iasi also known as the Franciscan Church is dedicated to Assumption of the Virgin and was built between 1782-1789. Construction was carried out with the purpose…

Golia Monastery, Iasi

Church “Ascension of the Lord” from Golia Monastery was built by the great scribe Ioan Golia, in the sixteenth century; it was rebuilt by Vasile Lupu between 1650-1653 and finished…
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